We had poetry class outside today. The neighbor's dog, Hank, was barking the whole time. One of the assignments was to write a couplet with alliteration. Here's what we came up with:
"How can Hank have a happy home
by boldy barking for a big bone?"
No, the rhyme isn't perfect, but it's hard to combine rhyme with alliteration. Rhyming on its own is easy, and so is alliteration, but putting them together into a couplet inspired by a dog is not so easy.