Alliteration poem using the letter “C”
By Shauna and Aisha
Carrie consumed coffee and croissants at the Columbia Cafe on a clear corner.
Craving coffee constantly.
Climbing to catch a cup of coffee, Carrie crashed.
Cruel caffeine.
Careless copious cups; a calamity for cool Carrie.
“Couldn’t coffee be caffeine-free?”, considered Carrie.
Costly cups continuously cascading cross the counter.
“Courage and cappuccinos!”, cried Carrie.
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