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Alliteration Summer Poems | Alliteration Poems About Summer

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Atmospheric Pressure

An Emerald Morning

Verdant shades of forest, 
      emerald and peridot glow 
            with Apollo's serene rise 

in summer's scenic skies
      over our dynamic Ko'olaus.
            Low cotton clouds move 

in silent tropic trades as
      I delight to see Egrets 
            take flight in our island's 

sultry morning light
      as sunlight gleams off 
            white outstretched wings.

My soul sings with the 
      enchantment life brings.
            Fine mist reaps rainbows

in vivid hues, sun kissed.
      Raindrops create magical 
            mountain mélanges in

winsome waterfalls.
      Seaside surf splashes
            white waves upon the

pearly sandy shores
      with aqua warm waters.
            Maritime vessels share

the sea with swimmers.
      Young and old rejoice in
            our peaceful paradise.

Atmospheric pressure contest
Sponsor Shadow Hamilton N/A

Copyright © Connie Marcum Wong | Year Posted 2017

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The Butterfly Flutters By

The Butterfly Flutters By
On a steamy, sun-drenched, summer Sunday, Tree leaves delightfully dancing to the tune of A warm, welcoming, wandering breeze blowing, Metamorphosis now complete, no memory of being yesterday’s creeping caterpillar, The butterfly flutters by.
Blatantly, brazenly, boastfully, Showing off beautiful, brilliant, blue-black and brown wings, Gracefully gliding through a breathtaking, glorious garden, The butterfly shyly pitches from blushing, boldly-colored, buds to fragrant flowers, Cunningly outmaneuvering a competing, hovering hummingbird.
Slyly snatching a satisfying taste of tantalizing, syrupy, sweet nectar From attention-craving, Golden Flame Honeysuckle vines, The butterfly flutters by Cheerfully and completely satiated - Perhaps, already dreaming about tomorrow’s anticipated sugary feast!
Entered in the contest "The Butterfly Flutters By"

Copyright © Pandita Sanchez | Year Posted 2014

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Suburban Summer

riddles N' rainbows paintbrush the day
summer's heaviness invades
rain circumvents geraniums 
ant's N' azaleas dance through sidewalks 
where tiny green grass creep 'neath weeds 
to see sun seed grey with bright 
frogs N' grasshoppers flop along
best friends 
when storm clouds bend beyond old oak trees

boys N' girls skip rope, 
Double Dutch N' such 
up N' down the cul de sac curve

moms N' dads pretend everything's ok 
when they've long since strayed away
from light N' love
gloves come off
when lights go out 
they scream N' shout
the children barely notice
yet they'll feel the coldness N' cold shoulders 
as it's gets colder N' colder
just not days N' nights like now
fuss N' fights have no place 
right here N' right now
along these roasting roads
where ticky tack homes 
crowd suburbia 

where riddles N' rainbows paintbrush the day
summer's heaviness invades 
as nature n' naïve children play...
today , 

~JSLambert 2014

Copyright © JSLambert Mister ROBOTO | Year Posted 2014

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Blissful  blossoms blooming
Look lustful lovers
Listless lovers looming

Krazy killer kisses
Swelter summer  season
Belly breathing  blouses

Bayside beaches burning 
Winter worries wane
Glorious gracious gains

Happy hungry hearts
Dwellings do not depart
Picture pretty parts

Take the  time to talk
Let listening lead to laughter
Commencing  comfortable communication

Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2016

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Sunflower Summers

I miss marigold mornings 
with soft sunrises and perfumed wind 
whispering through willow branches 
and watercolour windows
to join the sultry scent of caramel coffee.
I long for languid afternoons
of superfluous sunshine and cumulus clouds
parading across periwinkle skies
where dragonflies drift and dive
through garnished gardens.   
I pine for evenings passed on patios
with potted plants and glittering grass   
and a glass of aged merlot.
I sigh for the simple comfort
and peaceful passion
of sunflower summers.

Copyright © Heather Ober | Year Posted 2013

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Blissful  blossoms blooming
Look LUSTFUL lovers
Listless lovers looming 

Krazy killer kisses
Sweltering SUMMER season
Belly breathing blouses

Bayside BEACHES burning
Winter worries wane
Glorious gracious gains

HAPPY hungry hearts
Dwellings do not depart
Picture pretty parts

Take the time to talk
Let listening lead to laughter
Commencing comfortable communications


Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2015

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Sun beams like Hot Choclate on a blue day...

Soft silky and smooth on your skin...



Butterflies softly floating like falling feathers in the wind...

Gently gliding gracefully over the bright green grass...



Eyelashes brush against your cheek like soft snowflakes on your face...

Fingertips flit freely across your arm...



Together playfully prancing like horses running wild...

Spinning tops twiling tenderly....



Wishes whispered wimsically like pixies playing hopscotch...

Softly calling quietly,

I love you!

Copyright © Desvin Umberger | Year Posted 2013

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She’s a siren from the southern winds sizzling through summer’s bright dayshine fluffed skirt quite sassy, swirls on air while September brings a maid’s spell. And shorelines toss her sweet essence this saucy flair, scenting hot skin of a season’s spark, so divine; where men submit to fiery smiles. Oh, show stopper swerving a gait To slowly slip by…secretly. For Brian Strand: Contest 205 , any form, max 10 lines ~ Alliteration ~ Reposted 9/18/2016

Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2014

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She’s summer's sorceress sizzling through sunshine...skirt swaying !

One Liner Five of Silent One--Alliteration

Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2015

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Voices floating through the air 
A friendly wind plays with everyone's hair 
Vibrant lights decorate the outside 
While it stays vacant and empty on the inside 
Loud splashes are heard from the pool 
An only escape from the heat into the cool 
Ribbons of smoke coming from the grill 
A hungry taste buds ultimate thrill 
Music is heard blasting through 
Dancers don't skip a song, never mind two 
The party continues well into the night 
Until the moon is hidden from sight   

Copyright © Alexandra Kolesnik | Year Posted 2016

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Sister Susie sits shelling shellfish in summer Shelling shellfish sister Susie sits Shellfish scent secreted on Susie’s sundress… Sadly sister Susie stinks! 16th June 2016

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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Major misery must have been mounting on Monday.
The traffic jam miraculously DIDN'T end until terrific Tuesday.
The traffic at 4pm was winding way westward which was way 
More than what we wished was wishful thinking.

Well it was a colorful and confusing week.
All the while we were planning to pulverize the players
Pitilessly with BALLOONS filled with punishing cold water.
Wow Wednesday wasn't  way off.
Meanwhile  we were wishing it was Wednesday while we
Wrenched each others  woes.

Finally that night we played planned and prepared.
Well we wasted our wretched wishes on the traffic jam.
All we did now was whine and whimper.
The traffic jam  was dwindling.

We weathered our way to the entourage  eatery.
Got our gare and resolved to BOMB some BUTT.
We took the back  entrance  way.
The best thing to do would be to BATTLE our way
Through the restaurant to the front entrance.

Then we placed the enemy he was made and he saw
US too.  He motioned for us to return to the rare.
Soo  we discussed it for 2 minutes.
He was waiting for his boys.

So we cooperated. 
We went toward the rare.
The enemy had ARRIVED.

 we knew everybody had the same thought.
, the first guy is waving no, no.
He was afraid of flooding his job.
Everybody was ignoring him, and laughing.

Best to be backed up by water bullets.
Basically bombarding your enemy.
Some of us were just a little bit BLISTERED

From the HOT car ride.
Soo many of us sort of Welcomed the bombardment.
One of us made a spinning move and a slam dunk
Like. He was playing basketball.  He completely
Obliterated his opponent with a large blue  water balloon.

But he caught one in the face.
Both sides were having handfuls of fun
Until the popular prolific police arrived
Saw the place was swamped 

And forced my friends and i to abort the 
Blundered  mission running pass the 
Pensive police down the narrow path.

Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2016

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The river has run dry, its dripless bed is empty, and
Crossing the flower carpet dim and dusty, parched
Penstemon and brave little brittlebush,
Expecting an inundation, stretch in a rush -  
Spreading  petals and leaves which their wetted
Wilted tapestry  of color weaves  - but they fast
Revert  to survival tactics and retract petals, in the 
Yearly drought of the Sonoran summer.



The desert of Sonora, Mexico, is one of the driest in the world, making plant life there  very uncertain.

Copyright © Sidney Beck | Year Posted 2012

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It is hot out here 
Don't tell me about a sweater
I think the sun is broken
Walking down the same asphalt sidewalks

Still the same faults as summers ago
Sunny silken shine to the sheen 
Sleek and shellacking was a 
Cadillac acting like a fact

High powered proper schemes
Have you ever dreamed, really dreamed?
What a sham, scan this scam, damn.
Hot as ever.

Mango icee treat 
Ice Coffee, cookie ice cream soda dreams
City nights screaming
Southern boulevard, hear them

Trying harder playing loud music louder 
Scream holler holiday haze
Money matters now we crazy frying
Eggs on the hood of that car

Ice cream truck summer luck.
Such and such 
Pros and cons of city life.
It's hot out here 

Don't tell me about a sweater
I said, I think the sun is broken 
No more ink in my pen 
Is it sinking in?

Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2017

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A star lit night
I met my true love...
My delight
On a warm summer night

We met in a field of Moonflowers
I took her hand,
under starlight
On a warm summer night

A warm summer night,
is all I need
with you...
Under starlight

Such love
with you...
Under a nightsky
The stars...
Passing by
Such love...
Is true

Under a clear Moon showing
A field of moonflowers
The colours glowing

The shooting stars fell
As did my heart...
A field of Moonflowers,
for you and I
A love did dwell

On a warm summer night,
we took each other
Under a sky,
full of starbright
A warm summer delight
A warm summer lover

In a field of Moonflowers
Full of starbright
We lay back
and watched the Moons' flight

Copyright © Matthew Brackley | Year Posted 2006

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Summer Say

Let's go out with our sunhats today and play
This day will never come our way again
Let's listen to the loud gossiping blue jay
And enjoy the red of the bright breasted robin

Let's sing in the excitement of the busy building ants
Laugh at a cricket cajoling a tender green leaf of grass

Let's go out with our sunhats today and play
For this day will never come our way again
Let's remark about the veins of the oak leaf
And revel in the joy of holding each other's hands today

Let's go out with our sunhats today and play
(This day will never come our way again)

Copyright © Rhea Daniel Dear | Year Posted 2007