Tell a story in 15 alliterative words
The challenge is to write a story, with three stipulations: 1) 15 words, no more, no less. 2) Use coherent sentence structures (tip for the impudent rebels: coherent doesn't necessarily mean grammatically correct.) 3) Every word must start with a phonetically alliterative sound; for example, "sojourn" and "psychopath" start alliteratively, whilst "wretch" and "worrisome" do not. Other than that, anything goes! Fiction or non-fiction. Poetry or prose. exemplify the rules, exterminate the rules, extol, exude, excrete the rules! it's all up to you! Have at it!
Afoul after affair. Afraid after affray. Aflame after afire. Afar after afoot. Afflux after afloat.
Just Fifteen Words
Wanted: Fifteen words, either a sentence by themselves or randomly chosen and thrown together. Why: Because I want to suffer by creating a story, that preferably makes sense, using those words.
Screams emanating from down the hospital corridor. Legs broken, wheelchair out of reach. Footsteps nearing.