Betty Baxter brought back brownies by bringing big brown bushels.
Before bringing bright black balloons, Bette briefly boarded bellowing bulls behind bulbous boats, bobbing beyond bulky boardwalks.
Bob Barker balked beneath backwards barracades, bullying barbers brandishing Billy bats.
Barely bitten, Brian Bingham's baseball, brazenly broke, belatedly becoming blubbery bits between blue baseboards, beside bowling balls.
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Short Story / Mystery and Crime
Poem / Non-Fiction
Poem / Poetry
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