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

Zedd
Evenly renowned, notorious, illustrious, well-known or famous.
eminent
prominent
noticeable
undeniable
honorary
extraordinary
Rarely inglorious, disgraceful, shameful, scandalous or infamous.
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— Diana Howard
Yoda
Fame: Master, what does the future hold?

A name, before time you were!
A shame, you have not been!
A disgrace, you are not!
A consciousness, you will always be!

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— Jesse Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term fame
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for name

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Anne Foster
Waka
Frequently, it is
a niminy-piminy
luxuriousness.
A glow, blaze, glare, fire or flare.
To boast, brag, vaunt or swagger.

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— Louise Cooper
Verse (modern)
Fame

Fame rhymes with ballgame, says my computer, so as poetic verse, this line is a tutor.
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— Irene Marshal
Unitoum
Fame

Credit
ignoring
reputation
abnegating

ignoring
honorary
abnegating
famous

honorary
waive
famous
gainsay

waive
reputation
gainsay
credit.
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— Aloysius Ros
Tanaka
Popular demand
to apply an undercoat
good reputation
To make famous or renowned.
Public report or rumor.

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— Billy Innocent
Rondelet
Fame

Glazing agent,
importunate supplication.
Glazing agent,
fundamental ingredient.
Honorable estimation,
ionising radiation.
Glazing agent.

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— Judith Verity
Quinzaine
Fame

Kudos are several names.
Are they dutiful?
Can they raise?

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— Shmuel Ace
Pi (π)
Can I fake a metre, delivered so people might see
Fully didactic allusions, eagerly imparting, and oh now provided free?
Renown or report feel all too manifest. But is resolve?
Celebrity, rumor? - or prestige, standing? Damn! I excluded revolve!
I reckon character and similarly notoriety, but rightly ought I
- state meanings so - innuendos crafted with equations spry?
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— Keith Austen
Octosyllable
Really famous and brilliant.
But also precious and arrant.
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— Gloria Stirling
Nonet
English name of plants and animals
a hearsay, rumour or rumor
circle of acquaintances
an odour or odor
popularity
celebrity
a report
renown
note
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— Albert Ely
Mirror Cinquain
fame
renowned, notorious
celebrating, glorifying, eulogizing
a lustre, stardom, luster, splendour or eclat
name
denomination
a reputation, fame, repute, renown or celebrity
nicknaming, titling, labeling
substantive, titular
appellation
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— Alys Carlisle
Limerick
There was a clever dude from Zepp,
And he wanted a word for repp.
      Such as one man's game?
      But settled on fame!
That very clever dude from Zepp.
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— Diane Ritchie
Kural
Credit, reputation, distinction, prestige
Honor's renowned kudos

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— Stephanie Sinclair
Haiku (terse)
Popularity
confidentiality
denomination

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— Anna Jefferson
Haiku (3-word)
Enumerating
individualizing
representative

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— Stephen Rich
Haiku (modern)
Rare, great, fake and dud,
worthy, precious, and honest,
undeniable!

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— Virginia Noble
Gnomic
A title, headline or caption.
An eulogy, encomium or commendation.
A hunger, famine or starvation.

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— Jeffrey Gill
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
name
renown
character
popularity
a hearsay, rumour or rumor

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— Deborah Moss
Diamante
Fame
proper, suitable
imparting, informing, announcing
history, report ..... gloom, darkness
saddening, overshadowing, outweighing
blue, depressed
obscurity
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— Brian Lawson
Cinquain - Phrasal
fame
common report
can sometimes mean
a prestige or glamour
credit

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— Dorothy Arnold
Cinquain - Expressional
fame
celebrity are
while your reputation
honor esteem everything depends.
distinguished!

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— Steven Austin
Butterfly Cinquain
report
musical theme
me and my cause aright
average sales per employee
account
advice or notice or receipt
speak laudatory words
melodic theme
gossip
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— Ryszard Grant
Acrostic - Prefix
 Famous
assiduous
memorable
extraordinary
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— John Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Fashionable
Rare
Name
Celebrate
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— Hopkin Lewis
Acrostic - Suffix
Behalf
Charisma
Proclaim
Eulogize
 
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— Guillaume Marshall

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.