Marilyn’s Musical Mitigation #AtoZChallenge

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.

Melvin molded magnificent marvels in mucky mounds of marbled matte modeling medium and mashed-up media that moved the masses and marked-up monumental margins, making a mint at Madeline’s Monday Morning to Midnight Mobile Mart in mid-town Manhattan.

His manikin-like manager, Marilyn, merely maximized the money and misunderstood the meaning of Melvin’s material, but he was mad about her maudlin moments when she missed her medieval mother from Mississippi and misted her mauve make-up. He married the mundane maiden merely for this miniscule mooning mourning which motivated matchless murals.

The mushrooming market for Melvin’s masterpieces made the morose, melancholy Marilyn melt into memory. She morphed into a merry, mature Mrs., minus moody melodramatic misgivings.

This mirthful Marilyn marred Melvin’s mushy mind-blowing maneuvering. He manufactured muddy, mangled, marshmallowy, mishmashes of misfit matter – marginal at most. He mulled misconceptions, and minced muddled, monkeying on mistakes.

Mystified, Marilyn mustered her moxie to mitigate misfortune and monitored his mental and motor misfires. She ministered to Melvin, mending his monstrosities by mediating his messy mediocrity with mellow, morbid, misery-filled, movie musical measures.

Her moderating muses mollified his manic manner and modified his montages to mainstream magic. Magnificent!

by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved

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