Each day this month I’ll be posting an Alliterative Story with the A to Z Challenge letter of the day. I’ll also be posting a few Alliterative stories or sensible poems by other authors from a separate free challenge I hosted HERE You can join in the fun by watching for the challenge authors and voting in comments for your favorites! Winner announced at the end of April.
Lazy Larry lamented his lax long-term leaning on the lawnmower when he listed to the left and lost the lot of his luscious lavender and lovely little lilacs that he’d labored to lengthen to later load his larder and lace his laundry with luxury.
Lucas, the landscaper’s lollygagging lad, lumbered by and laughed at Larry’s lugubrious looks. Larry licked his lips and lashed out, liberally lambasting the lily-livered, lackey. Lucas lividly launched his liverwurst and lentils at Larry.
Luckily, Larry located a loose lightbulb by the lintel of his library and lashed a little log to it. He lobbed it leeward and leaped lively when it landed on the lunkhead leaving him loopy, then lifeless on the lawn. Larry loitered, loathing his lack of levelheadedness, and lauding his lavish lump less.
He levered and lifted Lucas, then limped to the local leech’s lab. Lucas’ lurid, leathery limbs lolled, so Larry looked up his liability lawyer.
Larry lay low but learned his lesson when his landlady’s lusty lecture and legal letter leveled his lifelong lease with lasting letdown at losing his lodgings in Livingstone where he’d longed to linger.
by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved