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Caesar Sees Her Alliteration

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Caesar Sees Her Alliteration

Sea Czar Caesar sees her seated on a cedar two-seater beside the East Sea Seder.  He grieves since he sees his sister, Esther Dexter, with her red festered blister, next her.  

Guinevere is pleased her eager leader, Caesar’s seen her.  In degrees, she breezes, “Sir, see our sea surf?  These sea treasures are pleasures to sea czars and we serfs.”

Caesar desires, if it please her, to seize her and squeeze her.

But Esther Dexter who’s next her interjects the elder perspective protector with an inflective reflector.

“Easy, wheezy geezer Caesar.  It may please her if you squeeze her at your leisure, but if you seize her in a fever, she’s sure to seizure; so leave her at ease, sir!”

Peeved Caesar, seethes, sneezes, wheezes, breathes and proceeds.  He’s pissed his less best pest of a sister, Esther Dexter, with her red festered blister, persists amidst this tryst.  

He flees to cleave Guinevere’s knees.  “See here, dear Guinevere.  I’m neither teaser nor misfeasor geezer and will not proceed to cede to my tongue twisted sister, Esther Dexter.  Please heed to receive my believable plead so I may leave relieved.”

Guinevere is pleased with her Caesar and suggests to Esther Dexter to leave her and Caesar forever.
  

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  1. Date: 4/9/2013 4:50:00 PM
    Congrats David

  1. Date: 4/5/2013 8:04:00 PM
    David, CONGRATULATIONS with your awesome alliteration- poem. Had fun reading all entries. take care~LINDA

  1. Date: 4/3/2013 3:13:00 PM
    great job with this one. You made alliteration very fun!!! I like the modern ideas mixed with classic names.

  1. Date: 3/25/2013 3:20:00 PM
    WOW! This may be the funniest tongue-twisting poetic story I've ever read. In fact, there's no doubt about it! Well done Dave and thanks for dropping in earlier and commenting on "One Last Toast." Glad you enjoyed...take care, Terry PS: Just posted a new one titled "The Kingfisher." Same last name perhaps? (Only kidding):

  1. Date: 3/18/2013 12:03:00 PM
    This is a great fun poem. Awesome entry for the contest. A hard one to pull off, good luck to you.

  1. Date: 3/18/2013 8:32:00 AM
    Has to be for the alliteration contest! Should win a prize for sure. Your punishment is to recite it from memory at the next big family dinner. Cheers, Roy

  1. Date: 3/17/2013 5:47:00 AM
    This one must have taken some thought and work to accomplish..It would be a tongue twister to read as well..It must be for a contest..If so, should be in that winner's list..Thanks for stopping by..Peach Ice Cream at the packing shed in Musella, Ga from May to mid-August is a great treat..Your review was uplifting..Sara

  1. Date: 3/16/2013 5:51:00 PM
    Now that's what I call entertaining certainly not draining and doesn't require explaining. Well done and fun sorry I have to run after reading this one.

  1. Date: 3/16/2013 3:53:00 PM
    Superb alliteration, I admire this greatly. It would be fun to recite out loud, but I would be breathless. Outstanding poem! By far the best I've seen, clever utilization of sounds.