Ramesh T A

Rookie - 459 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

Abecederian Alliterative Amusement!


All astonished at attire attractive;
Beautiful bull-bull browsed bits;
Careful crow cried cocking crook!

Dogs daunted daily dragging dishes;
Eager eunuchs enchanted everyone;
Five fools flew fast frontiers foreign!

Grand game goal-keeper gained ground;
Hurrying Halloweens hovered halfway;
Ice-cold icons increased in intuition.....!

Joyful jogging Jockeys judged jocularly;
King kicking knocks killed killers
Landing Lowland Logan lulled low!

Monkeys minced mangoes mirthfully;
Nomads noted nice novelties nowhere;
Openly obscure opera obliterated oaks!

Perfume prof erred people pushed....;
Quite quixotic queen quenched quickly
Roaring round regular roadways rushing!

Song suggested style surely sweet...;
Tough time turned to twisting Tequila!
United union Uighur uttered ultras!

Various variety vegetated vertically;
World winds woe-less words wobbling
X-Rays xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxed

Years yelled yester-yawns yonder;
Zealous Zeus zeroed zigzagging.....!

Submitted: Monday, November 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013
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