Alliteration Science Poems | Alliteration Poems About Science
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Nature's gone insane;
Cannibal cadavers creep.
Copyright © Mark J. Halliday
Stretching supine and
spreading substance for
soft supple smoother
for mesmerizing mien.
A pink paint of lotion
potion to prettify even
parched pale skin
Copyright © S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
If I'm to be the neck
you fit inside a noose,
then spin me up a soul.
When you can define it -
and find it -
you let me know.
Until then, Mother-Father
fix your own malfunctions.
is your slaughterhouse.
I just work here.
Copyright © Bryant OHara
Digging for dinosaurs
Giving God more glory.
And adding dimension
To the magnitude of His
Made preparing for man.
Copyright © Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Twenty-seven nightmares rolling
through the caverns of my mind,
dark and gruesome creatures crawling,
aged faces deeply lined.
When the waxing moon has settled,
sunk into the southern swamp,
thirteen demons manifesting,
I can hear their black hooves stomp.
Howling hounds of Hell are mating,
devil dogs inflicting pain,
sixteen banshees spinning, swirling,
blood is falling like the rain.
Broken brethren banned from Heaven,
six and six and six are they,
slyly shifting shapes to fool me,
begging me to come and play.
Heed the wizard's words of warning,
look not into the evil eye,
when the bell tolls one times three now,
ask questions not, nor wonder why.
Watch the ill wind toss the treetops,
lashing limbs with lethal rage,
feel the cold rain sharp as needles,
pine cones nature's hand grenades.
Cherry-red eyed Chupacabra,
hissing hot breath on my nape,
phantom footfalls far behind me,
nineteen omens taking shape.
Twenty-seven nightmares rolling,
you wonder why I work at night?
Sleep for some is much more mellow
when the room is filled with light.
Copyright © Danielle White
if you know how to use
the words you
name by name
word by word
is the key sometimes
no mater how hard it bends....
Copyright © Eva J Tortora