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Alliteration, but more particularly sibilance.
It doesn't matter how many lines an alliteration has. An alliteration is just a group of words that start with the same letter. For example: Louise likes licking large lollies.
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!
Helen was happy to help.
Alliteration is a series of words that start with the same letter. The Hyaenas has very little true alliterative content. The line, "That they and their mates may thrive" has the highest number of words starting with the same letter.
Happy horses eat hay.
Alliteration in poems is when two or more words begin with either the same letter or sound.
Dewdrops dancing on the drifting dust made for a dreary day. Alliteration is the use of words beginning with the same letter, usually in a sentence or poem.
Alliteration is the repeating of the first letter of a word. Ex: She Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore. In which, the alliteration would be the repetition of the letter S. I hope my answer was helpful :D
pink pigs playfully party past policemen
Sea Fever by John Masefield
The fur is flying at the food fight.
Rats are right there On the rear end of your race car
Try using alliteration.
In the title or actual book? Alliteration means the same letter repeats itself in a poem or something. Example: Amanda asked for an apple. (Amanda, asked, apple would be the alliterations)
"The Bells" by Edgar Allen Poe
electric eels electric shocks emily
Ellie elephant eats eight cupcakes
Nancy Nelly nailed a nail on the wall.
Alliteration Poetry is a type of poem that has lots of words beginning with the same letter, such as "Suzy sees silent snowflakes" (William Langland: 'In a somer seson whan soft was the sonne, I shope me in shrodes, as I a shepe were'. FRC)
alliteration is used in a poem to make a line easier to remember
There is an example of alliteration in the poem dreams by Langston Hughes. It can found in line 2, "for if dreams die". Other writing devices that are utilizedin this poem are rhyme, repitition, and metaphor (extended metaphor as well).