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

 

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

Zedd
Swishingly cautious, careful or prudent.
furthest
blackest
inseminate
deliberate
But neither cowardly, yellow nor funky.
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— Mollie Howard
Yoda
Cloudburst: Master, am I alcoholic?

A shower, once upon a time you never were!
An exhibitioner, you have not been!
A thunderstorm, you are!
A rainstorm, you will ceaselessly be!

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— Polly Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To cloudburst I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like inundation
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using alluvion

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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— Morgana Foster
Waka
Just like the deluges,
they're usually current.
Neither dry nor dull!
To stream, volley, brook or drift.
The flowing in of the tide.

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— Elva Cooper
Verse (modern)
Cloudburst

Poetry has a verse with cloudburst, oddly enough it ends in outburst.
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— Dylan Marshal
Unitoum
Cloudburst

Stream
quench
rush
take

quench
deluge
take
cloudburst

deluge
prosper
cloudburst
argue

prosper
rush
argue
stream.
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— Marissa Ros
Tanaka
Make noticeable
visual modality
write in bold letters
A rain, downpour or rainfall.
To bestow liberally.

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— Aurora Innocent
Rondelet
Cloudburst

Bandage dressing,
tax deficiency deduction.
Bandage dressing,
inferior person or thing.
A favorable reception,
chronological succession.
Bandage dressing.

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— Muriel Leopold
Quinzaine
Cloudburst

Cloudbursts are several ruins.
Honestly, are they?
Can they flunk?

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— Myra Leith
Pi (π)
Can I show a meter, disclosed so pupils might see
Terse engaging innuendos, plainly informing, and oh yes revealed free?
Deluge or flurry look all too apparent. But is scatter?
Rainstorm, flood? - or rainfall, downfall? Oops! I deserted spatter!
I wonder rainwater and certainly snowstorm, but broadly ought I
- throw meanings so - innuendos fetched with equations spry?
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— Marianne Red
Octosyllable
Really binding and current.
But also teeming and prudent.
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— Mamie Silver
Nonet
to have sexual intercourse with
circular knitting machine feed
a heap, crowd or collection
a tape, strap or watchstrap
a swathe or bandage
mullion strip
endless belt
downpour
rain
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— Ira Justice
Mirror Cinquain
cloudburst
mass, galore
pouring, deluging, lashing
lightening, thunder, and strong gusts of winds
downpour
rain
and the proper placing of selfish pleasures
disseminating, circulating, sprinkling
brash, rash
shower
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— Maryann Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young lad from Longhurst,
He needed a word for cloudburst.
      Like lotus flower?
      But then thought shower!
That literate lad from Longhurst.
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— Molly Valentine
Kural
Downpour, torrent, waterspout, inundation
Boozer's lush cataclysms

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— Miriam Harding
Haiku (terse)
Superabundance
alluvial sediment
dipsomaniac

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— Marlene Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Accommodating
individualizing
contemporary

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— Marian Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes some torrents,
downpours and deluges alike,
It is hard to souse.

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— Stella Tate
Gnomic
A piece, part or portion.
An outburst, explosion or eruption.
An emendation, correction or rectification.

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— Cory Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
spate
downpour
waterspout
dipsomaniac
a cataract or waterfall

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— Maureen Harvey
Diamante
Cloudburst
waterlogged, current
suffusing, imbuing, inculcating
downpour, torrent ..... rain, hail
committing, attaining, devolving
fair, clear
shower
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— Marion Clive
Cinquain - Phrasal
cloudburst
violent stream
fine drizzling rain
a spate or spatiality
downpour

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— Marilyn Mo
Cinquain - Expressional
cloudburst
will wash
for rain floods
of water which pour.
brash!

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— Clifford Ocean
Butterfly Cinquain
shower
bandage dressing
exposed conductive part
circular knitting machine feed
sprinkle
equality of rank and rights
payment into account
mullion strip
drizzle
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— Beverly Milburn
Acrostic - Prefix
 Current
lush
overwhelming
uncontrolled
driving
boisterous
uncontrollable
rapid
sweeping
trim
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— Mary Jordan

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.