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

 

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

Zedd
Suddenly acute, perspicacious, acrimonious or incisive.
skimpy
grumpy
shearing
exacting
ferocious
continuous
Rarely stealthy, underhand, hole-and-corner or furtive.
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— Jeremy Sloane
Yoda
Brim: Please master, what is next?

A margin, you were!
A borderline, you have been!
A verge, you are!
An edge, you will continually be!

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— Beverly Bristol
Xenia Epigram
To brim I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like verge
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using surge

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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— Kathy Windsor
Waka
Every chassis
can be approximately
unmistakable.
A fringe, verge, hem, rand or welt.
the top edge of a vessel.

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— Benjamin Milburn
Verse (modern)
Brim

Poets who struggle ryhming brim, might want to try using grim.
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— Joan Morley
Unitoum
Brim

Boundary
prepared
verge
fabricated

prepared
marginal
fabricated
rude

marginal
execute
rude
aggravate

execute
verge
aggravate
boundary.
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— Katherine Ely
Tanaka
See explanation
name of an ancient weapon
limiting factor
A side, flank, ledge, flange or rib.
To angle, slant or incline.

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— Jean Reagan
Rondelet
Brim

End of something,
interruption of transmission.
End of something,
special profiled corner moulding.
Notes of small denomination,
low frequency deviation.
End of something.

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— Jack Vaughan
Quinzaine
Brim

Outskirts are several fringes.
Are they angular?
Can they meet?

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— Julie Rowland
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, published so crowds might see
Terse cheerful sentences, however nurturing, and oh but evermore free?
Border or margin feel way too apparent. But is banding?
Periphery, brink? - or boundary, selvedge? Oops! I neglected binding!
I reckon outskirts and otherwise extremity, but frankly ought I
- speak meanings so - notations drafted from computers spry?
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— Diane Whitaker
Octosyllable
Really acrid and sticky.
But also lurid and tacky.
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— Ryan Maxwell
Nonet
An edge, rim, border, brink or margin
a side, flange, flank or riverside
small extent of rising ground
reduced printing colour
an edging or kerb
a bank or shore
boundary
selvage
fringe
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— Catherine Malone
Mirror Cinquain
brim
acute, incisive
confining, applying, retaining
to overflow, overfill, swim, overrun or suffuse
edge
border
all signals which it may possibly receive
exasperating, sharpening, inflaming
ultimate, final
margin
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— Janet Walton
Limerick
There was a young guy from Minks Drink,
And he needed a word for brink.
      Like wink wink nudge nudge?
      But then thought edge!
That literate dude from Minks Drink.
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— Marie Thornton
Kural
Border, periphery, edge, rim
Lip's fierce vizors

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— Stephanie Warner
Haiku (terse)
Delimitation
individualizing
organization

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— Stephen Elliott
Haiku (3-word)
Delineating
individualizing
environmental

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— Kathleen Wade
Haiku (modern)
Sharp, fair, hard and neat,
extreme, honest, and valid,
unmistakable!

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— Joshua Lucas
Gnomic
A piece, part or portion.
A constraint, restriction or limitation.

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— Jessica Kennedy
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
brink
edging
riverside
possibility
an opening, gap or clearance

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— Mátyás Tucker
Diamante
Brim
terminal, ultimate
incarcerating, enclosing, detaining
extremity, frontier ..... heart, core
investigating, examining, cheering
basic, foremost
middle
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— Edward Jordan
Cinquain - Phrasal
brim
back talk
be thick with
short for Hupeh province
border

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— Chip Ward
Cinquain - Expressional
brim
the end
is at edge
came sharp and clear.
marginal!

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— Steven Hamilton
Butterfly Cinquain
margin
boundary line
relationship by fate
French licence in economics
border
free area around the court
limit of tolerance
caution money
leeway
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— Maria Allen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Bitter
roundabout
intense
marginal
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— James Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Border
Around
Fair
Commit
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— John Jackson
Acrostic - Suffix
Limb
Border
Potpourri
Hem
 
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— Jennifer Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.