ALLITERATION: Life is a sentence, an alliteration*.
(Literate or illiterate, we alliterate.)
In the course of reading poetry
(intercourse in word-geometry),
one discovers that artistry
is not matter of ancestry.
the sentence of Life
is a repetition
of similar or the same
qualms and quandaries
at the beginning of each stage,
only to end
in a period.
period and comma.)
– between words and chords is punctuation.
– between prose and poetry is expression.
– between prophet and poet is alliteration.
(c) 2002 Chito L. Aguilar
* Alliteration is writing or speaking in words beginning with the same letter; the repetition of the same initial letter (usually a consonant) in a group of words in a sentence.
– Webster’s Encyclopedic Dictionary