Libations, or: Liberation

An Alliterisen

Silly sprites and dancing dryads rejoice
Flighty flitting faeries hug towering titans
Leprechauns leap by greasy goblins
Delighted dwarves feast upon luscious lamp chops
Brownies boogie to sirens' song
Knowing noble knight stands, self-satisfied
Sadistic sorcerer now never more

The Alliterisen

The Alliterisen (Complex and Rhyming), a form created by Udit Bhatia, is a simple seven-lined poem with a specific syllable pattern and two alliterations per line. For example: Glorious Graves, and wonderful waves. Alliteration is the succession of similar consonant sounds. They are not recognized by spelling, but rather by sounds.

Click HERE for the syllable structure.

29 thoughts on “Libations, or: Liberation”

  1. What a poetic festival – defeat of evil and the rejoicing of all. And their hero is satisfied by the happiness not demanding tribute, pay, or any other form of compensation…

          1. They sell kits, but as pieces tear and/or break over the years, we purchase new ones. I can post a photo for you, but it’s nighttime right now so you’ll have to wait πŸ™‚

            The frame is made out of metal. The walls are cloth, attacked at the top and bottom to the frames. The top is a bamboo mat.

            ❀
            David

          1. Isn’t harvest festival and Feast of Booths or Tabernacles ? Is the week named for Succoth being the first place they reached. The meaning of ‘the first stage of Succoth?’ The 4 kinds are almost the same as the roof construction of the Exodus booth’s????

  2. jittery jew jams with the best – may they call him juvenile – it’s joy that matters; jolly good (it’s catching , keeping me from the day job if I am not careful) πŸ™‚

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