Each day this month I’ll be posting an Alliterative Story with the A to Z Challenge letter of the day. You can join in the fun by submitting an Alliterative story or sensible poem of your own to a separate free challenge I’m hosting here HERE Submit by April 10th to play. Give it a try!
Beatrice bellowed belligerently when her bookish brother Bobby broke her blissful brooding over burgeoning bucolic brushstrokes-on-board of their beautiful British backcountry barn and bungalow. Buntings burrowed in bushes and Betty’s beagle bolted. Betty, the barbarous Bohemian beast, bashed Bobby with busted baubles and bloodied his brow. He blubbered blankly in the blustery breeze. She backtracked, befuddled, and blotted his blooming bruises with a bulky blouse brimming with Blick brand Baltic blobs. Bright blotches of blue besmeared his budding bumps and blanketed his beard. She burst into brazen ballistic braying, belly-laughing at his besmirched bearing. Bamboozled by her batty behavior and besieged by the bitter bite of belittlement, he boldly blasted her with brilliant blazing barbs. Bemoaning his bombardment, she briefly blithered, but bounced back bravely battling his blistering barrage. “Blarney!” she barked at the boggled bastard, then burned him with her best babbling bile, believing she’d bared his buffoonery. He booted her bottom, birthing boisterous bellyaching. Then bobbed and boxed, blocking her batting at his ballooning blemishes. She beat her breast like a baleful baboon and barreled into his body bothering his boo-boos, bringing on brainless bedlam. Bent on breaking-up the brouhaha before it blew them to Beelzebub, Betty’s boyfriend Benny bustled into the backyard and barred the boiling brawlers from the burden of their brewing badly blundering blockheadedness.
by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved