Eddie’s Exploits #AtoZChallenge

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 Submit by April 10th to play. Give it a try!

Eddie earnestly edged toward Evelyn, ever enthusiastic for evidence of her elevated enchantment. Her edifice, etched with engrossment in the exciting elements of entertainment he’d earned expecting her enjoyment, encouraged his envisioning eventual expansion of emotion and extension of every entitlement to her exquisite and electrifying erotic enticements. Energized by her enlivened exclamations at the evolving extraordinary enriching environment of extravaganza, he endeavored to execute his envisaged extremity of ecstasy and experimented, with encumbered effort, to effect embrace. He encircled Evelyn who elbowed his exalted error out of existence and ended his exploits. With elegant and exemplary extemporaneous excuse, he expounded her especial, exceptional, enviable ethical essence. Evelyn exonerated Eddie, expunging his embarrassing etiquette. His endearments engendered her expanded and everlasting, excellent, exclusive, esteem. Eddie’s exhilaration endured evermore.

by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved  

7 thoughts on “Eddie’s Exploits #AtoZChallenge”

    1. On tough letters like ‘E’ I make a list of every word I can think of first and look at what themes show in that before starting. But it does get challenging to fill in certain turns in the story, and online thesauruses are my friends!

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    1. I didn’t know that. I believe it was a fad in the Victoria age, as well. It makes sense that it would be popular in times when reading aloud for entertainment was a thing. So fun to ‘perform’ these pieces, though they get me tongue-tied sometimes.

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