Addictive Alien Alliteration Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

Addictive Alien Alliteration

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Sheer soestry in six selected seconds
After having read his sweet sensational selection
the self-has come to mind,
these lines to create for thine

with that Swedish Skoll for the LOL
and the Dutch Cheers for the Heineken Beers

this is no poetry procrastination
this is addictive aliens alliteration
this is super sublime sheer selection
of bringing forth a bingeing
for sheer verses from the heart
your sweetest sensitive souls part

Sheer soestry in six selected seconds
After having read his sweet sensational selection
the self has come to mind,
these lines to create for thine

with that Swedish Skoll for the LOL
and the Dutch Cheers for the Heineken Beers

this is no poetry procrastination
this is addictive aliens alliteration
this is super sublime sheer selection
of bringing forth a bingeing
for sheer verses from the heart
your sweetest sensitive souls part

sheer soestry in six selected seconds
sheer sensitive sadistic senses salience sastric salliteration
the selective sweet sensitive senses of Sylvia....

Thursday Morn at 0.46 hrs AM - posted on Poetry.Com
sweetest frozen air AD. The 19th January 2017
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Photography by Sylvia Frances Chan
Card and Design for the poem: idem.

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AD. Wednesday 3rd January 2018-
Strongest winds and heavy storms yesternight
and the coldest air ever! Very painful for the eyes.

Addictive Alien Alliteration
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Done once, but now gone, will be repeated again, this is a smallestDramatic Monologue, a fervent Soliloquy from the ardent heart of the speaker, a true lover of silent words, but sheer Addictive Alliteration. Regard that as most meaningful Words in Poetry, spoken by the narrator with a flair of fun, just to entertain the ordinary reader here on PoemHunter and for the readers in the rest of the world, with true love for poetry, sincerely from Sylvia Frances Chan AD 3 January 2018 - Wednesday Heaviest stormy winds yesternight, coldest air outside the automobile. Light frost on cars and backyard terrace tables
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Feipeng Shang 04 January 2018

Words from different languages sometimes do make some fun alliteration... :)

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 January 2018

Here are just words composed in differentr alliterations. The poet composes, remember, Mr. Feipeng? I know that from you in one of your responses about your poems. I must admit that the words I composed here have their own imaginative meanings. Thank you that you liked these alliteration, yes make some fun....

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