Tautogramma in Ⓥ

Questa settimana Eletta Senso (Inchiostronerodenso) ha proposto un Tautogramma (gioco linguistico in cui tutte le parole del testo iniziano con la stessa lettera, tranne articoli e preposizioni) in come Valentino.
Ecco le mie due proposte. Aspetto le vostre nei commenti, se volete giocare con me

1 Versione valorosa : Vae Victis!

Veni Vidi Vici
Vercingetorige vulnerato
vaga verso villaggi vicini

2 Versione valentina

Vagando verso valli verdeggianti
vedo viole variopinte
vibrare voluttuosamente al vento.

Vorrei volare vivace e vittoriosa
vanificando le vendette velenose
di vespe vigliacche e viscide vipere.


Didì @didiluce photo blog :

Vibranti volute di vento vollero volume a vele vagabonde verso vastità.


Felice SerinoAssonanze :

Veleggiare col vento in variegate visioni vaneggiando in virtuosismi.”


Stefano meetusalem:

“Vibrazioni vitali. Vedi Valeria volevi vivere vanamente, via…..vorrei vederti vestita”


Luisella Tra Italia e Finlandia:

Viviamo vegliando.

Vorremmo vedere vivacità, vincere vacuità.
Volgiamo verso venture vicissitudini vorticosamente.


Fulvialuna tuttolandia :

“Volerò vivendo viaggi che
velieri vivaci vagabondano !”


Andrea/Kikkakonekka  – Non sono ipocondriaco

Vivida visione! Vergini viziose, vulnerabili. Veramente vanitose, vista veloce… vado!”


Gian Paolo – newwhitebear

Valenti visitatori vincete vitalizio verso Venezia. Venite virgulti, vocia vegliarda vogliosa. Vigilate vigliacchi!”

This week Eletta Senso (Inchiostronerodenso) proposed a Tautogram, i.e. language game in which all content words (typically nouns, verbs, adjectives, or some adverbs, i.e. words that have meaning) begin with the same letter. In this case the letter is V as in Valentine.
Here is my proposal, I invite you, if you like, to add tautograms in your own language

Valued visitors, verify your versatility
Voluntarily verbalizing
Variations in V


Daphny The introvert writer :

Vision varies very vividly.


Allan Picture This:

“Various valiant vassals vanquished vicious villains very vigorously, vetting victory.”


Pat e-Quips:

Varied verbage verily visualizes verbatim values. Very veldon”


LamittanLaminsa Indies

Va-va-voom! Voilà, very viable.”


Jean-Louis Tout l’opéra (ou presque)

“Vraiment, Vincent vit une vie de vice et de vicissitude. Voyez ce voyou voler votre vélo.”


Abel Abilheira – abel abilheira:

vers vertes vallées
voyage votre vie vagabonde
videz vos vaines valises
vite vous y viendrez


The following comes from Mr Bump: i decided to include it because it’s cool even if it is off topic, the words had to start with V as in Valentine, while Mr Bump used M as in Mysterious Mistake😉

“My moody. malcontent missus managed to moan from morning to midnight, with minimal mirth.”


Although the next does not concern the letter V, I’ll publish this too as a another pleasant exception. It was sent by GordonWhite Box Art Channel, who wrote:

We called it alliteration at our primary school. We had to remember this one

“Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked;
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?”

A peck is an old English measure of about 2 gallons. It was mainly used for measuring dry quantities rather than liquid – well there you go!!

62 thoughts on “Tautogramma in Ⓥ

  1. We called it alliteration at our primary school. We had to remember this one
    “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
    A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked;
    If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
    Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?”
    A peck is an old English measure of about 2 gallons. It was mainly used for measuring dry quantities rather than liquid – well there you go!!

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  2. I think I learned the style tautogram after my Subtle post. Good to know it is more than alliteration. Various valiant vassals vanquished vicious villains very vigorously, vetting victory. Cheers Luisa. Allan

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