How many lines does alliteration poem have?
i think it has 3 lines
As far as I am aware, it is a poem written around one beginning letter. The subject defines the poem. The lines use alliterations to describe the subject or the subject's actions. One line might be "Mary made many more mints," however, all words in the line do not have to start with the same letter. Most do, though. One or two words can break the pattern.
I was able to find one example of alliteration in that poem. The line 'the shoemaker singing as he sits on his bench' contains alliteration with the words 'shoemaker singing.' Alliteration is defined by the occurence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent words. 'Shoemaker' and 'singing' both start with the letter 'S', and the 'S' is making the same consonant sound in both words. Hence, this is alliteration!