Alliteration

Brazen burly burglars,

belligerent,

blatantly bragging,

break barricades,

bending bronze baseball bats.

Brandishing blazing brooms,

bandits burn belvedere

before bemused belles

blissfully bathing

behind bitter boss’s back.

Besotted bastard bellows,

blurting blasphemy,

blubbering,

bamboozled by bare,

beautiful blondes.

Badly behaving ballerinas,

bravely basking,

blow bubbles

between beverages,

beaming brightly.

Alliteration is the repetition of a consonant sound at the beginning of (or within) three (or more) words.

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