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

 

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

Zedd
Allegedly essential or underlying.
robed
webbed
nesting
fitting
No, never smashing or crushing.
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— Adam Milburn
Yoda
Fabric: Master, what will come of me?

An edifice, you were!
A device, you have been!
A construction, you are!
A production, you will continually be!

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— Nicole Charlton
Xenia Epigram
To fabric I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like webbing
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using building

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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— Benjamin Selby
Waka
Frequently, it is
an organizational
physiognomies.
Social organisation,
grammatical construction.

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— Judith Bartholomew
Verse (modern)
Fabric

I hate verse that uses fabric, and also poems that use rubric.
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— Shmuel Read
Unitoum
Fabric

Carnally
incorporeal
outwardly
mental

incorporeal
substance
mental
textile

substance
picked
textile
browsed

picked
outwardly
browsed
carnally.
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— Gerald Ash
Tanaka
Physical body
theoretical account
study thoroughly
Being textured or structured.
The structure of anything.

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— Evelyn Justice
Rondelet
Fabric

Durable press,
compulsory composition.
Durable press,
event correlation process.
Voluntary arbitration,
area of distribution.
Durable press.

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— Jonathan York
Quinzaine
Fabric

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they structural?
Will they clothe?

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— Teresa Whitaker
Pi (π)
Can I make a pulse, proclaimed so people might see
Newly teaching sentences, overtly nurturing, and oh now revealed free?
Tissue or matter feel all too absolute. But is farming?
Structure, cloth? - or material, building? Darn! I deserted forming!
I reckon framework and therefore formation, but frankly ought I
- given concepts so - allusions written with computers spry?
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— Alys Mckenzie
Octosyllable
Really slick and equable.
But also thick and palpable.
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— Arthur Morton
Nonet
musical piece in several acts
civil engineering project
bodily constitution
type of koto solo
organization
material
edifice
textile
cloth
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— Carl Maxwell
Mirror Cinquain
fabric
structural, morphological
building, organizing, announcing
any system composed of connected parts
cloth
tatter
or limestone used as a building stone
harassing, bedevilling, scoffing
shabby, tattered
rag
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— Douglas Goodwin
Limerick
There was a young gal from Wilmoth,
And she needed a word for cloth.
      Such as red special?
      No, it's material!
So smart that lady from Wilmoth.
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— Marie Garrett
Kural
Cloth, edifice, frame, building
Structure's textured chinos

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— Carolyn Reid
Haiku (terse)
Accumulation
organizationally
manufactory

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— Cynthia Spencer
Haiku (3-word)
Disseminating
geomorphological
organization

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— Andrew Oliver
Haiku (modern)
An establishment,
structural materials,
constitutional!

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— Martha Montgomery
Gnomic
A state, situation or condition.
A slice, piece or portion.
A trade, business or occupation.

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— Sarah Mason
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
cloth
structure
construction
a stuff or matter

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— Shell Tucker
Diamante
Fabric
real, essential
calculating, contemplating, deducing
information, framework ..... principle, origin
deriving, conceiving, creating
fundamental, perpetual
pure
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— Donna Jordan
Cinquain - Phrasal
fabric
to spread
beans and grain
a tablecloth or patch
material

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— Daniel Reed
Cinquain - Expressional
fabric
as material
usually cloth used
more the boys composition.
textured!

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— George Alexander
Butterfly Cinquain
structure
put together
bearing liner backing
ornaments or decorations
building
civil engineering project
tubular support stays
piece together
framework
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— Charles Stewart
Acrostic - Prefix
 Fitting
are-building
bleaching
robed
interlaced
costumed
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— Mary Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Frame
Material
Webbing
Cadre
Edifice
Broadcast
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— John Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.