Recordings of Alphabetic Alternatives part 1 and 2 w/Lyrics


Hello again my fellow poets and musicians

A while ago, early in my challenge I wrote three verses in three seperate days on the letters of the alphabet, the rule was that all words in a double line, even the filling words should be of that letter. So here they are:

Alphabetic Alternatives part 1

asteroid anologies annihilate and answer
apocalyptic anecdotes as alliances advances
been brought back but banished by bureaucracy
beliefs bent backwards by banking billions behind battlefields
came crushing cause captains cooperated calmly
chemicals came closer, capturing calamity
death destroyed democracy doctrines
desperately dissolving demographic desired dreams
economy evaporated equality, economy evaporated eternity
eternally expanding evolutionary emergencies
fantasising fiction for federal fraternities
forcing friction for families fighting for fading freedom
gave glaring gifts, guns gained genocides
generated genesis,
gave gracious gentleness
Having higher hopes, hindereding helplesness
helping homies hinder hell having heavensent
important information integrated into influence
I inform informants in invented imponing instruments

Alphabetic Alternatives Part 2
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Jacked justice jammed jesus joining jesters
jaculates just jokes justifying jokers
kindly killing knowledge, katabolic keepers
kept Kant´s keys , karma kicked katharsis
levetate, laborate, lift life-living legends
life lives long, lethal legions learning lessons
minute made metaphors meet man made messages
meaningful masterful mythical malevolence
nursing novices needs, none needs nihilists
nourishing nursery nihilating nonviolient nonsense
put power patterns pillared, preventing progress
process projects, perfection passing prospects
qualified queens quote quails
quantative quartets quibble questions, quantum quatation quells
random rabbling, respect responsabilties
requiems reflect, reelect reliabilities
sincerity shall succome slanderous slogans
spokesmen shouldn´t sacrificse self spoken
solid senses so swollen senators stays selected

 

Hope you will enoy these two

See you again later today with the summary of this weeks verses

Peace

MesAyah
ComScore

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17 Responses to Recordings of Alphabetic Alternatives part 1 and 2 w/Lyrics

  1. noelihebuzor says:

    wow! that was a tour de force in creativity! well done!

  2. You put a strong challenge to yourself and came up with a winner. Nice!

  3. Peace what’s good poet. Truly enjoyed reading this. I always find it fasinating when poets can write these types of poems, and the actually make sense!! Well done- BUT I have one criticism- well not really just a reminder- You skipped the letter “O” did you mean to? Well keep it up looking fwd to reading more of ur work! #unitythroughpoetry.

  4. suej says:

    wow! well done, I chanted it out loud to get a sense of the rhythm- made me quite breathless!

  5. Amazing!! What a fun yet challenging self-assignment. Very well done.
    Collaboration can create chaos, constructed concentrically, can conjure charisma.

  6. annedearle says:

    Very clever. You might like to look at my alphabet sentences on my Blog

  7. work well with a reggae dub rhythm . A bit like Thievery corporation and richest man in Babylon

  8. Lindy Lee says:

    Would work well as in rap rhythm. You have conquered the alphabetic challenge and given new found meaning to alliteration. Good job…

  9. Mugendi says:

    Brilliant. I’m in a book club, and one of the challenges was to write a story with all the letters of the alphabet, in alphabetical order. Can I share this with them? It’s fantastic.

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