Welcome to the Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip, 26 January 2019!
For this week’s Lucky Dip, I have reached into my mystery bag and pulled out a Tongue Twister. The topic is up to you!
You may be thinking to yourself, What on earth is a Tongue Twister?
Luckily, Shadow Poetry has an explanation…
A Tongue Twister poem is made up of lines/verses that are hard to say when read aloud by using similar consonant sounds in succession (use of alliteration). In other words, the poem ties your tongue into knots. This form does not require end or internal rhyme.
Example of a Tongue Twister
Example #1 Serenity Mystic moonlight, moments meet... Softly, somewhere songbirds sweet... Simple, soothing, soulful sounds... Mem'ries murmer, mossy mound... Wander wistful, winding ways Linger, loving, lilacs lay... Lazy langour, listless leaves... Weeping willow, wonder weaves... Pausing, picture, pristine plain... Ruling romance, restive…
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