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¿Cómo se llaman los poemas en los cuales cada palabra empieza con la misma letra?

He aquí un ejemplo de Francisco de Quevedo:

Antes alegre andaba, agora apenas
alcanzó alivio, ardiendo aprisionado;
armas a Antandra aumento acobardado;
aire abrazo, agua aprieto, aplico arenas.
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"Truly tautograms triumph, trumpeting trills to trounce terrible travesties." Just leaving this here :) – c.p. Jan 3 '14 at 17:17
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Se llaman tautogramas. Para más información, ver aquí.

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