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

 

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

Zedd
Explicitly extra or supernumerary.
hearty
sporty
forceful
powerful
But not present or contemporary.
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— Curtis Leopold
Yoda
Athlete: Master, am I professional?

A jumper, before time you were!
A looker, you have not been!
A witness, you are not!
An actress, you will always be!

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— Florence Leith
Xenia Epigram
To athlete I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like hurdler
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using footballer

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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— Connie Red
Waka
Just like the cements,
they're excellently adept.
Neither bad nor great!
Someone who fights for a cause,
A ruler or governor.

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— Bryan Windsor
Unitoum
Athlete

Player
view
gymnast
watch

view
acrobat
watch
jockstrap

acrobat
stun
jockstrap
ignore

stun
gymnast
ignore
player.
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— Philip Silver
Tanaka
Circus performer
to be humiliated
protective garment
An atheism or atoll.
A bruiser or pugilist.

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— Lois Vaughan
Rondelet
Athlete

Amuse oneself,
theatrical presentation.
Amuse oneself,
in order to devote myself.
Take into consideration,
to go into operation.
Amuse oneself.

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— Julia Harding
Quinzaine
Athlete

Poetry ignores athletes.
Are they sportsmanlike?
Are you there?

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— Bonnie Kemp
Pi (π)
May I show a verse, disclosed so people might see
Terse charming abstracts, however informing, and oh now revealed free?
Harker or mummer feel all too apparent. But is scanner?
Conductor, gamer? - or operator, conveyor? Oops! I deserted spanner!
I wonder simulator and otherwise assembler, but plainly ought I
- found meanings so - sentences written with equations spry?
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— Phillip Wyatt
Octosyllable
Really sporty and potent.
But also hearty and cogent.
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— Márton Hammond
Nonet
A contestant or competitor
a boxer or gladiator
a bruiser or pugilist
a champion or ace
instrumentalist
an acrobat
a gymnast
player
sport
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— Eugene Moss
Mirror Cinquain
athlete
brave, courageous
marling, whiting, eating
a person trained to compete in sports
athlete
adversary
a candidate, applicant, nominee or postulant
vying, racing, contending
rival, combatant
contestant
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— Howard Tate
Limerick
There was a young gal from Tyler,
She wanted a word for miler.
      Perhaps it is pete?
      No, it's athlete!
So smart that woman from Tyler.
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— Aaron Benson
Kural
Player, gymnast, acrobat, jockstrap
Contestant's professional musicians

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— Judy Ramsey
Haiku (terse)
Mathematician
physical education
invulnerable

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— Justin Reid
Haiku (3-word)
Accommodating
institutionalizing
mathematical

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— Judith Neal
Haiku (modern)
Evokes an actress,
powerful, and masculine,
Most atypical!

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— Benjamin Lambert
Gnomic
A preserver, retainer or maintainer.
A sketcher, drafter or outliner.

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— Jock Harvey
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
sport
sportsman
sportswoman
instrumentalist
a boxer or gladiator

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— Julie Grant
Diamante
Athlete
rubber, clearer
thumping, telling, sounding
sportsman, hurdler ..... bystander, eyewitness
testifying, obsessing, looking
token, characteristic
spectator
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— Arthur Jordan
Cinquain - Phrasal
athlete
a gamester
an important participant
a contestant or competitor
musician

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— Andrew Brooks
Cinquain - Expressional
athlete
manager director
editor artist stage
the contestant would be.
histrionic!

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— Amanda Cole
Butterfly Cinquain
runner
offset printing
docker or stevedore
downward leg of trajectory
jogger
transit to another country
shallow water furrow
baton passing
offset
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— Brian Howard
Acrostic - Prefix
 Amateur
thespian
histrionic
loose
exuberant
theatrical
extravagant
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— Barbara Martin
Acrostic - Diagonal
Acrobat
Strong
Vehement
Hell-for-leather
Player
Jockstrap
Wrestler
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— Havel Nelson
Acrostic - Suffix
Drama
Gymnast
With
Professional
Sportsmanlike
Acrobat
Masculine
 
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— Kenneth Reed

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.