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Giggle Alliteration Poems

These Giggle Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about Giggle. These are the best examples of Alliteration Giggle poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Contamination
Conscientiously Combat Contamination:
  Pass punitive laws policing polluters
  Keep chemicals from killing crops like corn
  Plink and plunk pests with pure, perfect...

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Categories: earth, humanity, society,



September Alliteration
Sweet September, see how splendidly she shines!
Subtlety submitting seasonal splendour, she
swamps summer’s splendiferous sights,
by stealthily shrouding splendid scenery, 
with suffused sensuous, sybaritic, scenarios!
Sublimely serene, she...

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Categories: giggle, september,

Premium Member They Are Only Words Or Are They
GOD:   Good, Goddess,Giving,Gem,Glee,Goodness, Gorgeous, Gift ,Glad, Giddy, Giggle,               ...

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Categories: art, imagery, meaningful, words,

All About Me
B is for Beautiful a word that describes my personality in a nutshell
Being Blessed with the Brains to Bestow kindness onto Basic individuals
 
U is...

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Categories: art, character, giggle,

Toes
Daddy tickles his tiny toes
He tickles them with a tockity tickle as well as a tickle
When his toes get a tickle
With a tockity tickle
They’ve been...

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Categories: child,



WHY
Have you actually asked your self WHY?

Have you wonder WHY you seem to fall in love with me?

If you know WHY, did you also know...

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Categories: anxiety, confusion,

The Magic of Garden Glen
Fireflies flicker and flutter beneath the dancing trees
exotic breezes whisk and whisper through limbs and leaves
The Golden Goddess of Garden Glen breaths evergreen
Her elfish essence...

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Categories: fantasy, garden, giggle, imagery,

Patty's Proclamation
Partly patient possibly passionate pretty Patty played prissy.
Rarely romantic rugged rakish Randy reacted with rejection.
Quickly quashing questions quixotic quietly quitting this quandary
she sashayed skirts and...

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Categories: people, romance, giggle,