I already posted my Alliterative Story with the A to Z Challenge letter of the day. ‘Seedy Swaps at Sonny’s Seaside Speakeasy’ in a separate post, but I’m also presenting the third Simply Sensational Silly Story (see what I did there?) entered for my Alliterative Literature Plotted Prose and Poetry Challenge! Please leave your comments and ‘Votes’ for Hobbo’s story – presented with extra difficulty in verse – if you think it’s a Stunning Soliloquy or Splashy Semblance of Side-splitting Sentences. Also… I’m hosting the free challenge HERE You can join in the fun by voting in comments for your favorites! Winner announced at the end of April.
And without further ado:
Susan’s Silly Story
Silly Susan, sledging, slowly,
Spied a scary snallygaster
Speeding, swiftly slippy-sliding,
Skidded, stopped; a snollygoster
Saw Susan and strangely stalked
Her, saying, Sue you sexy spinster,
Such slow scallywaggery
Seems soppy, stupid, somehow sinister
Surely I’m a superhero,
Six feet six of solid sinew.
Sue suspects some sly seduction
Seeing such a solid surtout
So, says she, still smiling sweetly,
Sir, such stranger-serenading,
Seems I somehow should’ve
Serendipitously stayed in
Sewing silken socks so my
Seven sisters, sadly sick
Stay safe, sound, secure
From such a snidy shaggledick.
Secretly signalling SOS;
Stop, cease your sordid stare,
My sparkling specs spy only
Someone surely not snoutfair.
Suddenly, Susie’s so-called stalker,
Squashing, sadly, Sammy Squirrel
Stomped off sulking, spitting,
Swearing, such a silly old sod, Cyril.
by Hobbo, All Rights Reserved
snallygaster (mythical creature)
snollygoster (scheming politician)
scallywaggery (political opportunism)
shaggledick. (a person whose name you can’t remember)
snoutfair. (old term for fair of face)