Alliteration Always Alleviates Anxiety (A Short Short Story about my dog)

December 11, 2011
By DefinitelyNotJoey BRONZE, Ormond Beach, Florida
DefinitelyNotJoey BRONZE, Ormond Beach, Florida
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It was definitely a dreary day; dark clouds diluted the once dreamy dawn as a downfall of drops distributed a distant drumming. Differing from this was the dapper demeanor of a dog, a dastardly one at that. Despite the depressing demonstration diverging in the driveway, no departs from the daily dance were discovered. Dashing, demonstrating, and distracting, deeds divulging duplicity drape down continually. Divinely daedalian, determined on destruction and defiling, debris was deployed dynamically. A defeated doyenne deals with the devastation. Daylight disappears, drowsiness deems dreams dependable. Departure to slumber is definite.

It is now a delightfully dainty day; delectable clouds dribbled the dawn. Differing from this is the disheveled demeanor of a dapper dog, a dastardly one at that...

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My dastardly bearded dog.

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