The steady strumming of steel strings, Staccato strikes like some salacious swaying streetwalker, Sorrow-ly sauntering through ****-slung streets. Smelling of saffron in these places of salvia stinking slums.
Scythe swinging, Pendulum-slow, Cycling through souls, Sickle of Sadness, Strewn through both Sinners and Saints.
Sights of Scratches seduction, Satan's satisfaction in slayings of soldiers and civilians, Simply sumptuous.
Suckered by Senators, Sold out by simpering, salivating slugs, Presiding over slaughters with sadistic swagger. Slovenly suckling upon skulls of the slain...
the arching arboretum anticipates my alliterations telling too timeless tales of Latin language binomial botany begins by being barbarously bleak dioecious dogwoods dance doing dainty droops leaves lie lamely, larking like sweet starlight shine.
i was inspired to write this because of my botany class