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Assonance and Alliteration

  • Assonance–The repetition of vowel sounds across a line of poetry or text
    • Sweep the tree needles near me.
    • Stinker Tinker shuffled his feet along the rough ground.
    • The knife caught and left me wrought.
    • Smoke grabbed hold and I choked.
  • Alliteration–Words in a line of text that all begin with the same letter or sound.
    • The wind whipped across the plains.
    • Thick thistles picked my fingers.
    • Sally sat on the large log.

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