Toto Poetry
~ A Poetry Dictionary ~
toto, adj. (Latin) altogether, complete, universal.
poetry, n. (English) metrical composition.

 

Poetic Definitions: abandon
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Absolutely unconstrained or untrammelled.
distant
arrogant
inordinate
intemperate
But never assistant, auxiliary or adjuvant.
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— Diane Ramsey
Yoda
Abandon: Master, what is in store for me?

An aid, you never were!
A renegade, you have been!
A backwater, you are not!
A caliber, you will eternally be!

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— Arthur Hardy
Xenia Epigram
To abandon I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like vacate
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using abdicate

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Catherine Lambert
Waka
It implicitly
is extraordinarily
inappropriate.
Being weak, faint or feeble.
To cease or discontinue.

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— Douglas Miles
Verse (modern)
Abandon

Poems that try rhyming abandon, irritate readers by using prostaglandin.
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— Gautier Wade
Unitoum
Abandon

Truly
rigid
doubtless
absent

rigid
wildness
absent
fury

wildness
obey
fury
govern

obey
doubtless
govern
truly.
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— Amanda Garrett
Tanaka
Throw in the towel
to acknowledge receipt of
containing nothing
An end, ending or surcease.
To finish or terminate.

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— Jerry Harvey
Rondelet
Abandon

Be unable,
short for nocturnal emission.
Be unable,
accept as inevitable.
To go into operation,
waiver of a right of action.
Be unable.

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— Gregory Elliott
Quinzaine
Abandon

Leaves can be several plants.
Can you believe it?
Are they cool?

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— Kathleen Riley
Pi (π)
Can I cede a pulse, disclosed so beings might see
Fully engaging overviews, vaguely educating, and oh but provided free?
Resign or desert feel all too apparent. But is capture?
Surrender, leave? - or renounce, withdraw? Damn! I neglected rapture!
I reason abandoned and sometimes forsaking, but broadly ought I
- found meanings so - innuendos crafted with equations spry?
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— Jeffrey Willis
Octosyllable
Really relent and binding.
But also present and vending.
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— Shirley Arnold
Nonet
because they are not up to the mark
leave the scene of the accident
put someone on to something
throw away ones own life
come to a standstill
discontinue
relinquish
forsake
quit
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— Jessica Hudson
Mirror Cinquain
abandon
lofty, eminent
ceasing, waiving, discontinuing
a complete giving up to natural impulses
desert
permission
to let remain unremoved or undone
starting, dropping, permitting
clear, void
leave
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— Mátyás Grant
Limerick
There was a girl from John Fuit,
She wanted a word for quit.
      Not the crimson wave?
      But then thought leave!
That smart lady from John Fuit.
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— Jason Kennedy
Kural
Desert, scrap, yield, wantonness
Fierceness' distant remotes

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— Sarah Mason
Haiku (terse)
Renunciation
irresponsibility
initiated

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— Kenneth Jordan
Haiku (3-word)
Evacuating
latitudinarian
informality

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— Edward Ellis
Haiku (modern)
A licentiousness,
forlorn, empty, and helpless,
unnecessary!

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— Brian Freeman
Gnomic
A demission, abdication or resignation.
A carelessness, negligence or inattention.
An annulment, abolition or cancellation.

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— George Cole
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
yield
desert
surrender
informality

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— Helen Alexander
Diamante
Abandon
rude, coarse
provoking, inflaming, exasperating
wildness, fury ..... maintenance, custody
confining, immuring, detaining
tipsy, retentive
keep
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— Christopher Bennett
Cinquain - Phrasal
abandon
throw away
present a gift
to renounce and forsake
quit

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— Jennifer Parker
Cinquain - Expressional
abandon
his desert
was very real
loss is only possible.
disused!

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— Joseph Brooks
Butterfly Cinquain
renounce
admit defeat
engage the hindquarters
to give notice of withdrawal
abjure
waiver of a right of action
make an accusation
throw overboard
disclaim
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— Guillaume Mitchell
Acrostic - Diagonal
Abdicate
Obsolete
Really
Eminent
Yield
Freedom
Wantonness
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— John Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Fossa
Bomb
Marijuana
Resign
Disused
Undo
Overturn
 
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— Barbara Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.