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

 

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

Zedd
Infectiously foggy, hazy, misty, nebular or vaporous.
boggy
muggy
devilish
sheepish
Certainly not plain, distinct, lucid, evident or obvious.
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— Nicole Monday
Yoda
Cloud: Master, can I change?

A solution, before time you never were!
A discoloration, you have been!
A mist, you are!
A tempest, you will always be!

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— Klaus Warwick
Xenia Epigram
To cloud I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like calumniate
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using vitiate

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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— Katherine Milburn
Waka
Just like the splashes,
they're irrelevantly dim.
No, never adroit!
To obfuscate or darken.
A dim, confused appearance.

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— Mildred Read
Verse (modern)
Cloud

If cloud is in your poetry, then consider using ploughed, its simply geometry.
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— Gerald Carlisle
Unitoum
Cloud

Nebula
realized
gathering
purified

realized
overcast
purified
vaporous

overcast
formulate
vaporous
demonstrate

formulate
gathering
demonstrate
nebula.
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— Jack Ritchie
Tanaka
Mantlet Mantua
to cluster around a place
destination sign
To swarm, cluster, crowd or heap.
Being dark, black or murky.

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— Joe Sinclair
Rondelet
Cloud

Blur as vision,
without our liability.
Blur as vision,
internal representation.
Atmospheric opacity,
out of touch with reality.
Blur as vision.

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— Catherine Morton
Quinzaine
Cloud

Stains are rarely in poems.
Can you believe it?
Are they bleak?

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— Douglas Maxwell
Pi (π)
Can I cast a rhyme, published so people might see
Newly cheerful innuendos, overtly nurturing, and oh but revealed free?
Darken or shadow look way too manifest. But is tarnish?
Obfuscate, swarm? - or overcast, clouding? Damn! I deserted varnish!
I reason multitude and otherwise gathering, but plainly ought I
- blurt concepts so - abstracts written with computers spry?
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— Marie Hammond
Octosyllable
Really dreary and foggy.
But also bleary and boggy.
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— Stephanie Walton
Nonet
A veil, veiling, gauze, curtain or cloak
a mist, haze, cloud, vapor or smog
a vast expanse of water
atmosphere pollution
a vapour or steam
turbidity
aerosol
puzzle
blur
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— Kathleen Warner
Mirror Cinquain
cloud
hazy, foggy
tarnishing, blackening, sullying
suspicion affecting your reputation
blur
mark
being speckled, dappled, freckled, spotty or brindled
besmirching, polluting, contaminating
obscene, nasty
smudge
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— Stephen Neal
Limerick
There was a young girl from Milur,
And she wanted a word for blur.
      Like wink wink nudge nudge?
      But then thought smudge!
That literate gal from Milur.
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— Anna Garrett
Kural
Fog, mist, haze, shadow
Taint's muddy scores

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— Jason Reid
Haiku (terse)
Indeterminate
impenetrability
unreliable

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— Steven Arnold
Haiku (3-word)
Annihilating
dematerializing
involuntary

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— Edward Willis
Haiku (modern)
Dim, dull, dark and blind,
muddy, misty, and seamy,
unreliable!

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— Brian Oliver
Gnomic
A pile, heap or accumulation.
A grief, sorrow or affliction.
A ghost, phantom or apparition.
A defilement, contamination or pollution.
An annoyance, vexation or irritation.

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— Donna Warren
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
fog
shadow
tablespoon
accumulation
a fleck, speckle, speck or sunspot

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— George Kennedy
Diamante
Cloud
vague, naive
molesting, afflicting, incommoding
mist, haze ..... glade, caption
illuminating, explaining, removing
unclouded, serene
clarification
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— Karen Hamilton
Cinquain - Phrasal
cloud
blot out
a great multitude
to variegate with colors
mist

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— Maria Reed
Cinquain - Expressional
cloud
and mist
up to obscure
style of heavy metal.
muddy!

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— Nancy Ward
Butterfly Cinquain
obscure
become glassy
quiet and elegant
strictly relative in nature
cloudy
make less visible or unclear
ignorant and foolish
circular pitch
gloomy
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— Guillaume Morris
Acrostic - Prefix
 Corrupt
light
obscure
unreliable
dull
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— Mary Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Corrupt
Blacken
Profane
Nebular
Slander
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— John Lee

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.