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

Zedd
Mischievously noisy, tumultuous, uproarious, vociferous or loud.
punning
roaring
strident
turbulent
blatant
reverberant
Certainly not tranquil, peaceful, quiescent, restful or untroubled.
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— Fyodor Howard
Yoda
Clatter: Master, can I become gentle?

A jingle, once upon a time you were!
A lull, you have not been!
A racket, you are!
A disquiet, you will eternally be!

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— Bernard Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word clatter
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for chatter

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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— Haze Foster
Waka
Just like the fracas,
they're bewilderingly harsh.
No, never facile!
To roar, thunder, peal or growl.
a loud harsh or strident noise.

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— Rhonda Cooper
Verse (modern)
Clatter

Poets who struggle ryhming clatter, might want to try using blatter.
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— Alfred Marshal
Unitoum
Clatter

Bang
scoffed
clank
jeered

scoffed
tinkling
jeered
noisy

tinkling
lighten
noisy
hearten

lighten
clank
hearten
bang.
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— Edith Ros
Tanaka
Register of names
to be taken for a ride
boil vigorously
Being glib or voluble.
A noisy, senseless talker.

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— Tiffany Innocent
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Clatter

Can clatter sting as much as words are dear?
An algorithm tight and neat I need
As robots ponder, this becomes more clear
This meter sings, but lacks some content speed.

As random thoughts my words can grate, can grind
Oh no, not that! A term so strange for me!
So I will bore you now, just wait and find
So here I have a canned default for thee.

But phrases, and words, and blurbs, it’s clear I’m thrown
My thanks to you to play with me today
For what you type in my website as shown
Of course I am obnoxious I must say.

The pounding beat of drives did spin this verse,
My random words just might involve much worse!
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— Danny Ace
Rondelet
Clatter

Ratchet gearing,
acknowledge viability.
Ratchet gearing,
the noise of anything falling.
Engine cubic capacity,
without our liability.
Ratchet gearing.

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— Kelleigh Leopold
Quinzaine
Clatter

Cheers can be many delights.
Honestly, are they?
Can they rouse?

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— Judith Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, published so crowds might see
Newly inviting allusions, faintly nurturing, and oh how conveyed free?
Rattle or uproar look all too absolute. But is chatter?
Commotion, noise? - or clatters, chitchat? Oops! I deserted shatter!
I wonder rigmarole and sometimes garrulity, but plainly ought I
- throw concepts so - allusions fetched with equations spry?
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— Shmuel Red
Octosyllable
Really charming and sonic.
But also warring and phonic.
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— Keith Silver
Nonet
down water vapor transmission test
a rattle, clank, clack or jangle
a roar, rumble or thunder
commitment of aid funds
pandemonium
hullabaloo
rigmarole
uproar
noise
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— Justin Justice
Mirror Cinquain
clatter
noisy, loud
prating, talking, blabbing
a chatter, babble, patter, gossip or jabber
rattle
babble
the high-pitched continuing noise made by animals
lambasting, masticating, remonstrating
talkative, useless
chatter
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— Jonathan Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from South Seattle,
She wanted a word for brattle.
      Like whisker slitter?
      But then thought clatter!
That smart lady from South Seattle.
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— Diane Valentine
Kural
Rattle, jingle, bang, noise
Din's tinkling fracas

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— Joyce Harding
Haiku (terse)
Pandemonium
companionability
vociferation

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— Deborah Mick
Haiku (3-word)
Expostulating
institutionalizing
disobedient

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— Scott Anselm
Haiku (modern)
A talkativeness,
vocal, strident, and rowdy,
dins and commotions.

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— Harold Oz
Gnomic
A mutiny, rebellion or insurrection.
A calumny, slander or defamation.
A glamour, enchantment or fascination.
An enticement, temptation or seduction.

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— Michelle Oswald
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
noise
uproar
commotion
pandemonium
a rattle, clank, clack or jangle

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— Rut Byrne
Diamante
Clatter
noisy, vocal
stirring, calling, speculating
rattle, jingle ..... hush, lull
quietening, allaying, composing
clear, muted
silence
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— Betty Wyatt
Cinquain - Phrasal
clatter
make racket
jingling of Metals
to thunder or brattle
bang

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— Dorothy Moss
Cinquain - Expressional
clatter
and rattle
the thundering drum
should beat to quarters.
noisy!

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— Daniel Osborne
Butterfly Cinquain
chatter
idle gossip
be very talkative
personal account consultant
babble
talk loudly or excitedly
have a conversation
little present
gossip
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— Elizabeth Miles
Acrostic - Prefix
 Clamorous
loquacious
addled
tinkling
turbulent
eloquent
reverberant
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— Mary Mitchell
Acrostic - Diagonal
Chatter
Blab
Twaddle
Rattle
Shatter
Jingle
Maunder
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— John Wade
Acrostic - Suffix
Music
Roll
Brouhaha
Strident
Turbulent
Jingle
Chatter
 
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— Myghal Barrett

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.