Seeking sanctuary from sawdust and savagery
She shares her silence with sedate seagulls
As sacred soliloquies tumble from her sackcloth;
Her stumbling spirit spills sapphires
And savage seasons settle within the ensuing calm.
the use of the same consonant ( consonantal alliteration ) or of a vowel, not necessarily the same vowel ( vocalic alliteration ), at the beginning of each word or each stressed syllable in a line of verse, as in “around the rock the ragged rascal ran”