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Home Alliteration Poems

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

I grew my heart numb for years, shying away from peers.
Of course I've lived for my fears and with love it interferes.
So to protect my...

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Categories: best friend, blessing, care,

Only the back I see
I go to lovely school
teacher teaches me
only the back I see

He writes on chalkboard
words and figures
only shadows I see
He marks my books
red pen black pen

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Categories: education, irony,

Wired mortal from the English Art
Banished from his home, spotted from a distance
Noble amongst scrawling African inscriptions
First veneration of mystical minds
Take a bow, take a...

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Categories: art, class, dedication, eulogy,

Premium Member Alliteration rain and sunshine--
Alliteration rain and sunshine--

I’ve gotten caught in the rain again
Coming home from school was sunny alas.. the
Rotten, rich Rain or silly, single Sunshine 
Romantic, ruthless...

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Categories: analogy, assonance, metaphor, rain,

Never let me go
As I wait woefully for my love to come,
The shimmering sun sinks sullenly
and a wild wind washes the weary shore,
The knights of the night descended...

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Categories: lonely, longing, lost,

Premium Member BY The Water's Edge
Wistfully watching by water's edge,
Shivering and shaking from cold,
I watched with weariness for a sign
Of small skiff without a hold.

Tearfully turning to walk away,
Knowing night...

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Categories: weather, wind,

I wake up when it’s dark,
Everything lacks color,
Sun comes to torment,
It doesn’t give me time to work.
By eating time midday,
Too tired to lift my feeding...

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Categories: cheer up, christian, dark,

Premium Member Proper P Poem Prevailing Presently
Professor Petal, one of Patrick’s prolific pals,
Professed he had a Pollyanna Predisposition
Properly pronouncing pronouns without perky p’s.
A pithy proclivity, providing pollution to Professor Petal’s pronunciations.


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Categories: 10th grade, 4th grade,

A Midnight Dream
Once upon a midnight dream, forever ago so it seems. There lived a princess with spiders in her dreams. They frightened her. Their many legs...

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Categories: horror,

 It begins at home
even closer: it begins "I"nside
I have forgiven failures, failing in faith, inside me
Have you? Until you do, it is almost too...

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Categories: africa, appreciation, forgiveness, hero,

This is poem to my unborn son
With tears flowing fluently like the Xithuve river, I wrote this
To let my son know that everything is never...

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Categories: beautiful, birth, boy,

Premium Member Crosses

Christlike creatures carry crosses bravely borne
from fetters forged by blessed consecrations.
Wicked winds tear at flesh that’s whipped and worn
as vanquished persons hold on to their...

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Categories: faith, religion,

Premium Member Love You Lusciously

Darling, your little lamb dressed naughtily in lace
lies here languishing endlessly on satin sheets,
with loosened locks spread upon a silken pillow case.

I sail into a...

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Categories: romantic,

A Trustworthy Transient
On my way home waylayers waylaid me
and repeatedly ravaged me ravenously;
It was a dark, dreary and dreadful dusk
and I was alone, lonely on a lonesome...

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Categories: lonely, lost,

Premium Member Drama At Daylight
A weathered watchman witnesses 
possible perils passing through the skies
at the dawn of daylight. 
His eagle eyes are alert and attentive 
ever attracted to the...

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Categories: beauty, nature, storm,

Premium Member Easter
Easter will be soon, and
The fourth full moon will shine
On dresses fine and colored eggs,
The racing of legs of little ones to find them.

But not...

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Categories: april, easter, forgiveness, jesus,

Humanity-love you
Humanity i love you
because you would rather black the boots of
success than enquire whose soul dangles from his
watch-chain which would be embarrassing for both

parties and...

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Categories: august, baby,

"Pack the chairs,no souls will be entertained here",
Politics is stealing the future of scholars,
The faith is rather picking blemishes from religious pillars,
Can't make it plain...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement,

A thousand kisses deep
I have woken from a dream, holding a key
staring through unopened doors
at the sleeping dragon curled up inside of me.
on my back i bare her...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, dance, deep,


Christ came calmly, casually calling me 
And as I answered in adoration
He spoke of His heavenly home
Awaiting my anticipated awakening and ascension...

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Categories: blessing, christian, confidence, hope,