Ornery Ollie #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.

Ollie, oblivious to his ongoing ostentatious orneriness, offered offensive Orkin orientation and onboarding options to the original officials of the Oregon Order of the Onyx Obelisk’s oligarchy who opened orbital opportunities for organic oven-offings of ovulating oxen with oblong, omicron-laced offal, objectifying the office of outworld organism obliteration. The Oregon Order of the Onyx Obelisk’s opinion opposed Ollie’s obnoxiousness and ostracized the obvious ostrich without an olive-branch.

by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved

5 thoughts on “Ornery Ollie #AtoZChallenge”

    1. Yes, I did that on purpose here. I found it interesting when they came readily to mind. One of the reasons I love to write these kinds of ‘nonsense’ pieces is to keep a wide variety of vocabulary fresh for the picking in my more ‘serious’ writing. What you talk about often, of course comes up first. Thanks for your thought-provoking comment!


    1. hehe, thanks! This one was especially esoteric. Sorry if you have to look that one up too. I grew up with a big vocabulary and it’s been fun to get to use some of the crazy words on the hard letters. O was very difficult to write a story with. Thanks for stopping by and for looking stuff up to enjoy it! 🙂


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