Toto Poetry
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Poetic Definitions: agglomerate
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Conclusively concise, terse, brief or compendious.
fatal
total
cumulated
compacted
But neither clear, plain, explicit, lucid nor obvious.
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— Edith Bentley
Yoda
Agglomerate: Master, what is in store for me?

A domain, you were!
A reign, you have been!
A group, you are!
A troop, you will continually be!

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— Curtis Valentine
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word agglomerate
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for conglomerate

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Florence Harding
Waka
Like agglomerates,
they're heterogeneous.
Neither bleak nor fierce.
To crowd, heap, swarm or huddle.
A gathering or rally.

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— Connie Dalton
Verse (modern)
Agglomerate

Poems that try rhyming agglomerate, irritate readers by using commemorate.
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— Bryan Wyatt
Unitoum
Agglomerate

Collection
quench
flock
spend

quench
rule
spend
assembly

rule
muffle
assembly
dampen

muffle
flock
dampen
collection.
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— Philip Norton
Tanaka
Chemical compound
to huddle things together
juristic person
To merge or amalgamate.
Being collective or joint.

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— Lois Morton
Rondelet
Agglomerate

Bargain hunting,
to go into operation.
Bargain hunting,
the act of gathering something.
Take into consideration,
to grow larger by accretion.
Bargain hunting.

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— Julia Newton
Quinzaine
Agglomerate

Has no niche in poetry.
Have they competed?
Will they meet?

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— Bonnie Thornton
Pi (π)
Can I make a verse, proclaimed so people might see
Newly charming notations, clearly imparting, and oh yes imparted free?
Gather or accrue look all too absolute. But is cluster?
Aggregate, amass? - or assemble, cumulate? Darn! I deserted fluster!
I ponder clustered and therefore gathering, but plainly ought I
- throw meanings so - allusions crafted with equations spry?
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— Phillip Moss
Octosyllable
Really baleful and clumpy.
But also fateful and lumpy.
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— Eugene Tate
Nonet
A cluster, clump, group or collection
a compound, mixture, mix or blend
to huddle things together
dust control chemical
accumulation
aggregation
concretion
business
flock
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— Theresa Benson
Mirror Cinquain
agglomerate
bunchy, massed
gaining, acquiring, earning
to wind or collect into a ball
conglomerate
heap
a body of matter without definite shape
gathering, amassing, collecting
considerable, substantial
mass
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— Judy Ramsey
Limerick
There was a man from Camp Mather,
He needed a word for gather.
      Roughin' up the suspect?
      But then thought collect!
So smart that man from Camp Mather.
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— Kelleigh Hardy
Kural
Conglomerate, bunch, assemblage, gob
Hoard's clumpy sinters

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— Judith Lambert
Haiku (terse)
Accumulation
plenipotentiary
generating set

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— Joe Burton
Haiku (3-word)
Accumulating
recapitulatory
conglomeration

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— Julie Reid
Haiku (modern)
A community,
lumpy, teeming, and ovoid,
troops and congeries.

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— Teresa Wade
Gnomic
A pile, heap or accumulation.
A maintenance, conservation or preservation.

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— Diane Harvey
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
mass
bunchy
aggregate
accumulative

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— Arthur Grant
Diamante
Agglomerate
extensive, frequent
impeding, obstructing, agitating
crowd, pile ..... part, share
intermitting, contending, erupting
neutral, detached
dissociate
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— Gregory Mason
Cinquain - Phrasal
agglomerate
flock together
increase in number
a collection or mass
accumulate

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— Havel Hamilton
Cinquain - Expressional
agglomerate
general electric
lamp service company
focused on the business.
mixed!

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— Brian Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
gather
come together
conclude from evidence
decision of the town council
deduce
to deduce the consequences
bring into position
get together
amass
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— Christopher Bennett
Acrostic - Suffix
Tibia
Blocking
Collecting
Fall
Go
Swarm
Accumulate
Muster
Lava
Nugget
Posse
 
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— Joseph Ward

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.