I almost always avoid alliteration and you will seldom see it on this site. Some people prefer to permeate their prose and poetry with repetitive patterns I think it's cloyingly crass and lacking in class.
It's kind of like rhyme. Some writers will write using rhyme all of the time and think their writing is so sublime. I would never stoop to using verse, in fact I think there's nothing worse. But definitely I digress because I'm not talking about the mess that is using rhyme in regular writing. And I don't want to blibber-blabber about onomatopoeia either.
No, today's topic is completely concerned with the practice of using successive sounds that appear in the primary position. It's especially sickening when such sounds are sibilant sounds.
Is alliteration as absolutely annoying to any of you as it is to me?
Come on, be honest. I remember reading on some of your blogs that you hated alliteration. Feel free to fess up--you won't be flogging my feelings. What other writing quirks bother you? You can be honest with me. I'm against all gaudy gimmickery that paragraphers use in their scurrilously screwy scribery. And I don't like it when writers warp words either. So tell us already if alliteration is annoying. Don't you hate it when people just keep saying the same thing over and over again? Doesn't repetition bother you?
Okay that's enough from me. What's your take on the topic? Oh, and don't you hate it when people just joke around and can't stay serious? I'm alway very serious on this blog. You'll never hear me joking around here. This blogging is serious business and you'll never read anything silly here. If I say something in my blog it's because I'm serious and I mean it. I'm not going to shoot for any cheap joke here. No, not on this blog. And you'll never hear me rambling or repeating myself--you know, like alliteration.
Now I really am done.