Dhiraj the DaringDhiraj the Daring and the Perplexing Present Problem

May 4, 2012
By kdubbz BRONZE, Alpharetta, Georgia
kdubbz BRONZE, Alpharetta, Georgia
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Dhiraj the Daring was dashing undaunted through the dairy aisle when he happened upon a hefty hairdresser hauling hammocks hastily. Quickly he quoted the queen queerly, questioning the kumquats, “What in the world will these wonderful wildebeests want for their wedding?” By this he meant the Burly bunch of bulls, the Benjamin’s.
At this, the barber boy blurted, “Something silly should surely suit the ceremony, sir!” He hoisted a handsome hammock high and hailed the helpless hero hither.
“What fine filaments form this fancy furniture fit for a famous female?” our protagonist pondered as he paced the path to the promising present. He stroked the silky strands of silver and sighed.
Dhiraj then decided to delicately delegate his dollars to this donation. He proudly purchased the package and proceeded playfully to the party!

The author's comments:
a story made with alliterations.

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