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

 

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

Zedd
Instantly rustic, provincial or agrarian.
honest
rarest
superior
interior
But not international or cosmopolitan.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Eclogue: Master, am I bucolic?

An elegy, before creation you were!
A monody, you have been!
A youngster, you are!
A farmer, you will unendingly be!

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— Edith Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To eclogue I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like sonnet
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using canzonet

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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— Curtis Foster
Unitoum
Eclogue

Downfall
kindling
shadow
earning

kindling
murky
earning
tardy

murky
peddle
tardy
weaken

peddle
shadow
weaken
downfall.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
To economise
musical composition
in a priestly way
Being trivial or small.
suggestive of an idyll.

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— Philip Innocent
Rondelet
Eclogue

Open a hill,
center of negotiation.
Open a hill,
to stabilize or to keep still.
Preliminary conception,
negative justification.
Open a hill.

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— Ruby Leopold
Pi (π)
Can I cast a pulse, proclaimed so people might see
Newly pleasing overviews, somehow informing, and oh yet imparted free?
Simple or homily seem all too manifest. But is pastern?
Capitular, idyll? - or priestly, agrarian? Damn! I neglected pattern!
I reason Episcopal and otherwise spiritual, but frankly ought I
- state concepts oh - notations fetched from equations spry?
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— Phillip Red
Octosyllable
Really priestly and artless.
But also ghostly and guiltless.
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— Marilyn Silver
Nonet
Being rustic, boorish or churlish
agricultural labourer
spiritual caretaker
cluster of villages
uncomplicated
arcadian
pastoral
rural
hind
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— Billy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
eclogue
pastoral, bucolic
overshadowing, disappearing, adumbrating
shepherds, for example, spenser's the shepheard's calendar
idyll
novel
the group of languages derived from latin
exaggerating, inventing, fantasizing
fictitious, speculative
romance
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— Judy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Abadyl,
She needed a word for idyl.
      Mommy-daddy dance?
      No, it's romance!
So smart that gal from Abadyl.
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— Kelleigh Valentine
Kural
Idyll, peasant, ode, sonnet
Canzonet's bucolic madrigals

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— Benjamin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Supernatural
preternaturality
subterranean

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— Arthur Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Annihilating
dematerializing
multitudinous

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— Diane Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you disappear?
Bucolic, and provincial,
Let's overshadow!

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— Justin Tate
Gnomic
An embezzlement, peculation or misappropriation.
An abatement, diminution or reduction.

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— Marie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
sin
eclogue
countryman

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— Amanda Harvey
Diamante
Eclogue
awkward, unprofessional
blabbing, denoting, announcing
ditty, ballad ..... reverence, eminence
idolising, glorifying, admiring
prominent, excellent
metropolitan
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— Carol Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
eclogue
a canticle
down to earth
suggestive of an idyll
eclogue

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— Kenneth Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
eclogue
country rather
sweet and pleasant
retreat to successful composition.
bucolic!

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— Sharon Mason
Acrostic - Prefix
 Emotional
clerical
lyric
obscure
georgic
unsophisticated
epic
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— Jonquil Reed
Acrostic - Diagonal
Elegy
Occult
Follow
Bucolic
Georgic
Up-country
Canzonet
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— Barbara Ridley
Acrostic - Suffix
Pastorale
Bucolic
Idyll
Cento
Sing
Rondeau
Ode
 
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— Guillaume Brooks

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.