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Sunday, November 16, 2008

A - Sunday's Alphabet Prompt

Photo by Cyndy
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Suggested Prompt...
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Use the letter A creatively in your writing.
Stuff it full of alliteration, a poem with rhyming A's,
however, whatever way you want.
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Do you have a letter of the alphabet picture?
Email me... themuse.honey@gmail.com - Sunday is Alphabet prompt day.
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A for Apple

A fruit that delivers
A color and taste
And even claims to keep
A doc away from ‘Kate’

All juicy it looks
Ah! a black spot I see
A piece in your mouth
And part of a tail wriggling free

~ SSQuo

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4 comments:

s kay murphy said...

A mountain is A-shaped.
A dog is affable.
A girl is attuned to that.

A neighbor is articulate.
A walk is awe-inspiring.
A life is adventure-filled.

SSQuo said...

A for Apple

A fruit that delivers
A color and taste
And even claims to keep
A doc away from ‘Kate’

All juicy it looks
Ah! a black spot I see
A piece in your mouth
And part of a tail wriggling free

Makita Jazzqueen said...

This is the first poem I've ever tried to write using alliterations, bare in mind that these lines are the best my best f. and I could create at 1:12 AM...

Anne's arms are covered by ants,
her aunt has to take them away,
while she says she hates ants.
A clack heard at a flat
calls Carl's attention,
because he is alone and wants to say "Hey".
"BAM" said Miley in her song,
"BAM" said Sam, quoting along.

SSQuo said...

My poem is on the blog post itself! How nice :) Thank you. I mentioned this on my blog with a link to your website too, I hope that is fine.