Alliteration Short Stories
Check out our Alliteration Stories! The goal was to write a short story, using repetitive initial letter sounds (alliteration). The idea was to choose words cleverly, to write a short story, rather than a long one. This is a sample so far...keep an eye out as more are yet to come!
Shivering in the cold, snow sinking in around me. Shaking without a sweater I sight someone and she sniggers and starts sauntering over to me. Snuggly and warm in a Stylish coat the girl strides up. Scolding at me she sassily says “ What you staring at” Shallowly she scoops snow on her shoe and shakes her foot over me. Satisfiedly she Sophisticatedly steams off. Skinny and starving I shake like a dog trying to get off the silky snow. Sweetly she acts around her father as she stylishly steps into a suzuki sport. Slinking off to sleep on a shop seat. Sunday comes and goes with but still loads of snow. Sick without medicine dying on the seat. Night comes and I slink into a deep deep sleep into a better place with my parents…
Sister Sally’s Scarlet Shorts
Startled, Sophia stumbled superstitiously through swarms of stunned honey bees, scared of the stirring stormclouds sulking rain above her. She shivered with shame as she was shocked about her sudden sulks that stupidly sprang out of her mouth. Sophia was scared of storms. Sudden strikes of lightning stunningly sparkle in the night’s sinister darkness. Struggling to see, Sophia screamed and selfishly spooked the sleeping neighbours surrounding her. Soon, Sister Sally strode through the stalks of soft grass saying sarcastically “Sophia, storms are so scary. I’m so scared!” And then sulked sillily like Sophia. “Sister Sally, stop your sarcasticness and sulking!” Sophia stomped off, while Sister Sally sniggered. Suddenly, Sophia stopped and saw Sister Sally’s stainless scarlet shorts. She’ll soon be sorry, Sophia thought. Sophia stared up at the sky, scared of what should happen soon. Struggling through the soft grass for a moment, Sophia scurried so speedily to her shack seeking shelter. Soon she was snuggled in bed, waves of sleepiness slid over her, as she slipped into sleep.
Soon starlings sang sweetly, signalling morning had risen. Sophia stared out the skylight, seeing layers of smog smothering the atmosphere. Suddenly, Sophia heard Sister Sally scream super loudly. “Sophia, what have you done?” Sophia stalked down the stairs and sniggered at what she saw.
“Sister Sally, why did you dye your scarlet shorts in silver?” Sophia pretended to be shocked. Sister Sally had searing lasers coming out of her eyes.
“Sorry, Sister Sally, you were being sarcastic and sulking yesterday, I was angry at you.” Sophia confessed. Sister Sally suddenly turned serious, sympathy lighting her eyes. “I’m so sorry I was sarcastic and sulking. Sophia I’m scared of spiders and you’re scared of storms, so what? Everyone has a phobia of something.” After that they were satisfied with each other and supportive with their fears, and Sister Sally was never a silly sister again.
Jaike the Jovial Giant
Jaike the Jovial Giant came to a jumbo party, on Jellylike Cloud. On this jellylike cloud were jaunty, but, jocund cloud men/women. These jaunty cloud people dressed all jazzy, but some jinxed people, who dressed jaded were very jealous of these jocund people. It was up to Jaike the Jovial Giant to jump into their jaded hearts, and stop the judgemental jinx from taking over. Jaike went over to the jazzy bunch all jittery and said “this jagged jinx has to stop”. So the jumbo giant kindly made an army of jellylike clouds, and defeated the jinx to make everyone jocose again.