Alankar(Decor) -184 - Poem by Indira Renganathan
Walking Which Way(Alliteration)
alliteration(from Latin al litera- to letter) Repetition of 2 or more beginning sounds of the stressed syllable of successive words in a line, most commonly repeated consonants that phonetically match.
Walking Which Way?
Wavering 'WHAT' wandering
Wailing 'WHY' waiting
Waylaying 'WHIMP' where
Woeful 'WAKE' waxing
Waived we walking which way
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