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Hi, I was wondering if you could help me.. I got this alliteration poem homework from my teacher, and it has to be five lines. I made four lines:

Paige predicted that it was the precise time to take the test.
Her heart pounded powerfully as she proceeds down the hallway.
The perfectionist teacher was waiting for her, with a proud professional pessimistic smile.
It was her turn now, a turn she waited since the past months of public holidays.

But I couldn't make the fifth one considering with the alliteration of letter P. Can you please help me make the fifth ( ending) sentence? thanks a lot! :)

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    Go here -- http://www.rhymer.com/ -- and enter a word you have considered for that fifth line. Then set the choice to Beginning Rhymes and see what happens. If you don't find what you want, try again and again with different words.

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