Alliteration: Yare Shock Troops

Poem By Caryl Ramsdale

Marching men memorize message maneuvers meant to
discipline, drill, drive, digress dangerous risks.
Soldiers scramble sideways, side stepping second saving
commands, curtailing constant cutback causes.

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