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

 

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

Zedd
Soundly approximate or close.
fitting
weaving
matted
plaited
Rarely free, exempt or loose.
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— Kelli Howard
Yoda
Braid: Master, what does the future hold?

A plait, you were!
A disquiet, you have been!
A twine, you are!
A chain, you will continually be!

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— Shelley Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To braid I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like whirl
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using twirl

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Olivia Foster
Waka
A resourcefulness
that is necessarily
intermediate.
To cord, rope, twine, wire or chord.
A cord, rope, twine, wire or chord.

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— Omar Cooper
Verse (modern)
Braid

Rappers needing a lyric after braid, may want to consider inserting betrayed.
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— Cameron Marshal
Unitoum
Braid

Tress
unpacked
ply
nullified

unpacked
defiant
nullified
everyday

defiant
stimulate
everyday
incite

stimulate
ply
incite
tress.
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— Orlando Ros
Tanaka
Cut drastically
return from a procedure
defeat thoroughly
Being off-line or on-line.
cocaine and marijuana.

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— Madeline Innocent
Rondelet
Braid

Put together,
fundamental ingredient.
Put together,
to disappear altogether.
Loose folds or skirts of a garment,
minimum reserve requirement.
Put together.

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— Julius Leopold
Quinzaine
Braid

I'm never in a poem.
Do you believe it?
Are plaits gnarled?

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— Shelly Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, disclosed so pupils might see
Terse pleasing sentences, somehow nurturing, and oh but bestowed free?
String or ribbon feel way too apparent. But is binding?
Interlace, plait? - or braiding, shoelace? Oops! I neglected winding!
I reckon embroider and otherwise hairstyle, but frankly ought I
- paste meanings so - sentences written from computers spry?
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— Becky Red
Octosyllable
Really binding and braided.
But also strapping and crowded.
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— Velma Silver
Nonet
A cloverleaf, shamrock or trefoil
cordoning off operation
gold lace on a uniform
a tape, ribbon or strap
a plait or pigtail
decoration
intertwine
a twist
twine
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— Bob Anselm
Mirror Cinquain
braid
plaited, interlaced
decorating, adorning, fortifying
a lace, shoelace, bootlace, shoestring or passementerie
twist
curve
the best quality of sole leather
swerving, averting, enlarging
arched, gnarled
bend
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— Allan Perce
Limerick
There was a young lad from Wilhait,
And he needed a word for plait.
      Such as flesh flute case?
      But then thought crease!
That literate guy from Wilhait.
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— Kelly Ace
Kural
Plait, tress, device, construction
Gimmick's trim pinions

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— Minnie Merton
Haiku (terse)
Reciprocation
intercommunication
umbilical cord

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— Wilma Morton
Haiku (3-word)
Delineating
institutionalizing
casuistical

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— Lóránt Rowland
Haiku (modern)
An establishment,
nuclear, and lopsided,
reticulated!

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— Jerk Lake
Gnomic
A decoration, ornament or adornment.
A dispute, debate or argument.

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— Hector Hammond
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
plait
pigtail
intertwine
a hunting or yaw

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— Derrick Webster
Diamante
Braid
crooked, deformed
contorting, puckering, turning
plait, twine ..... ravel, rede
disentangling, entwining, solving
tousled, rumpled
unbraid
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— Allen Wade
Cinquain - Phrasal
braid
do lacework
turn of events
a plait or pigtail
knit

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— Billy Tucker
Cinquain - Expressional
braid
of string
enough to tie
its legs and tail.
trim!

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— Alan Oliver
Butterfly Cinquain
ribbon
adhesive foil
radial bracing ply
annual report and accounts
medal
in the foreseeable future
article of clothing
duty roster
laurels
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— Kelleigh Allen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Binding
ribbed
aggregate
interlaced
double
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— Guillaume Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Band
Tress
Plait
Device
Hairdo
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— Rebecca Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Club
Embroider
Fascia
Lei
Wind
 
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— Keith Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.