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

 

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

Zedd
Accurately bright, shiny, vivid, refulgent or brilliant.
lurid
torrid
fervent
vehement
ascending
condescending
But not keen, snappy, sharp, incisive or trenchant.
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— Ethan Howard
Yoda
Alighting: Master, can the world change me?

A platform, in every other way you were!
An alarm, you have been!
A storm, you are!
A form, you will constantly be!

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— Harley Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term alighting
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for illuminating

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Garland Foster
Waka
Just like the crossings,
they're unusually red.
No, never lengthy!
To transit or transition.
A reaction or response.

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— Lucia Cooper
Verse (modern)
Alighting

Need an ending verse for alighting? Please consider using delighting.
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— Amos Marshal
Unitoum
Alighting

Badly
lengthy
greatly
skillful

lengthy
fling
skillful
toss

fling
catch
toss
watch

catch
greatly
watch
badly.
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— Ignacio Ros
Tanaka
Bringing up the rear
to be eliminated
apply thoroughly
To tumble, collapse or slump.
Being cracking or gaping.

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— Hugo Innocent
Quinzaine
Alighting

Never found in good poems.
Can you believe it?
Are they chief?

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— Candice Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, proclaimed so pupils might see
Fully pleasing sentences, proudly educating, and oh but divulged free?
Moving or alight look all too apparent. But is dipping?
Stumbling, light? - or dropping, receding? Damn! I excluded ripping!
I reason touchdown and sometimes happening, but rightly ought I
- given concepts so - abstracts drafted with equations spry?
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— Shelley Red
Octosyllable
Really ardent and burning.
But also fervent and stunning.
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— Luz Silver
Nonet
abandonment of a property
to stabilize or to keep still
to break, sink or demolish
sliding out of the rail
disqualifying
penetrating
degrading
sprawling
wrong
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— Candace Justice
Mirror Cinquain
alighting
torrid, impassioned
settling, landing, downing
the act of flaming, glowing, burning or blazing
landfall
recession
assume a drooping posture or carriage
descending, subsiding, plummeting
biased, diagonal
slump
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— Orlando Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young boy from Mowatt,
And he needed a word for scatt.
      One handed clapping?
      But then thought dropping!
That literate guy from Mowatt.
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— Shelly Valentine
Kural
Arrival, landing, touchdown, newcomer
Disembarkation's ascending comers

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— Cass Harding
Haiku (terse)
Discontinuing
electrodeposition
eliminating

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— Clinton Ely
Haiku (3-word)
Illuminating
valetudinarian
electricity

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— Hugh Morley
Haiku (modern)
A luminousness,
burning, fiery, and torrid,
enthusiastic!

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— Jordan Keegan
Gnomic
The act of grabbing, seizing or capturing.
The act of obtaining, acquiring or procuring.
The act of preventing, impeding or hindering.
The act of investigating, probing or exploring.
The act of scoffing, taunting or jeering.

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— Fernando Ridley
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
drop
descend
disembark
disarticulate

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— Jared Ash
Diamante
Alighting
solemn, vulgar
omitting, dropping, failing
village, hamlet ..... rise, hill
improving, proceeding, intensifying
merry, lofty
mount
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— Chester Hartley
Cinquain - Phrasal
alighting
climb down
loose and scattered
being glowing or incandescent
light

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— Lucille Stafford
Cinquain - Expressional
alighting
eyes glowing
with ghostly light
of the burning charcoal.
blazing!

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— Lucy Rowland
Butterfly Cinquain
passing
liberty chit
overhaul a vessel
the waters of forgetfulness
fleeting
enduring a very short time
take evasive action
going away
decease
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— Bradley Lambert
Acrostic - Diagonal
Arrival
Illuminating
Brightening
Sagging
Perching
Departing
Happening
Weakening
Lessening
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— Martha Hudson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.