From "If You Were Alliteration" by Trisha Speed Shaskan:
Alliteration - the same sound repeated at the beginning of two of more words in a phrase or a sentence.
Acrostic Poem - the first letter of each line spells a word vertically.
An Illustration by Serena:
Serena sat on a sunken stool sipping strawberry sundae in the sunshine.
Ed erased the editor's egg and eel enchilada.
Rosy Ruben rubbed his rusty ruler on a rich red rug.
Eleanor the elephant explored Egypt with her extremely essential ears.
Narrators never eat nuts and nuggets without nifty napkins.
Archaeologists ate ancient apples with anchovies and aphids.