Awesome alliteration according to dictionary.com is:
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of aword group either with the same consonant sound or soundgroup (consonantal alliteration), as in from stem to stern, or with a vowel sound that may differ from syllable to syllable (vocalic alliteration), as in each to all. Compare consonance ( def. 4a ) .
the commencement of two or more words of a word groupwith the same letter, as in apt alliteration's artful aid.
So, silly of me to simplify such a singularly simple sample such as the one presented above but, I can't hope to hold a humble hand to the time honored J.R.R. Tolkein when he happens to heap such heavenly samples within my happy head.
Below is a batch from Bilbo Baggins' creator:
Prologue of The Hobbit:
"Hobbits were divided into three breeds: Harfoots, Stoors, and Fallohides. The Harfoots were browner of skin, and smaller and shorter, and they were beardless, bootless; their hands and feet were neat and nimble, and they prefered highlands and hillsides."
The Hobbit Chapter 2:
Somewhere behind the grey clouds of the sun must have gone down, for it began to get dark as they went down into the deep valley with a river at the bottom. Wind got up, and willows along its banks bent and sighed."
Whilst I whimsically wish I could create such a craft as his, I am more than merry to leave it to the masters. I was first fascinated by Tolkien's fantasticly lined lyrics when I learned of them from a favorite teacher. So enthralled was I, that these energizing examples of alliteration always asked to be included in my own fun, fantasy writing. So, thanks goes to a fabulously fantastic teacher. Who knew fun could be found in such simple silly things.
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