JUKE BOX ALLITERATION SENSATION

by Val Brooklyn Rogers
(Brooklyn, NY)

One fleeting Friday Freeda Foster fretted at the frog pond.
She said "It's suppose to be my day."
Freddy said "Yeah, Go on."
I've been invited to this Gala affair at the JukeBox Jam owned by
Sam and I simply have nothing to wear. I'll be a sensation. I don't
Want to miss it.

THE NEXT DAY
Teresa threw three torn jeans in the trash. Just then Jesse jumped the
Juke box and did the jig. James and Honest joined in, and Willy was
Wiggin'. Willy watched and he too started jiggin'. Willy did the jig
With Wendy.
The party was a blast. They went upstairs Sat in chairs played the jukebox and did the jig real fast. Talked all night about the jigful
Past and other dances that last.
When they went home daybreak shown. It was so surreal. They were home
On the phone. Jesse called Jonesy. Jonesy called James. A three way
Conversation of cordial little contention.
"Hey man how do you feel?" "We went all night."
"Jigged and jived the thing was live"
"Sensational sequential Saturday's SHOULD be the same, so socialize."
"We'll bring Jolie, Julia and Justine."
So show for sensational Saturdays they all agreed. It should have
Swagger and swing and swang and sway.
Will Freeda and Freddy Foster follow? They're so funny. Those two
Are on the money. On yeah they'll be there. It'll be a sensation.

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