Alliteration

a figure of speech in which the same sound appears at the beginning of two or more words. Alliterative words are consecutive or close to each other in the text.

Example From Text

…every fair from fair sometimes declines.

Explanation

The phrase "fair from fair" creates an alliterative effect with the repetition of the "f" sound. In this line, the poet observes that all beautiful things eventually lose their beauty.