Toto Poetry
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Poetic Definitions: fantastical
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Quixotically unusual, extraordinary, phenomenal, singular or marvellous.
fabulous
wondrous
fanciful
wonderful
whimsical
chimerical
Certainly not monstrous, formidable, immense, terrific or tremendous.
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— Gordon Howard
Yoda
Fantastical: Master, do I have a bright future?

Abysmal, before creation you never were!
Whimsical, you have been!
Strange, you are!
Huge, you will continuously be!

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— Lynn Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word fantastical
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for terrifical

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Bertha Foster
Waka
Exactly like queers,
they're singularly freakish.
Neither rife nor trite!
A blunderer or bungler.
Being skittish or playful.

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— Clara Cooper
Verse (modern)
Fantastical

A strange poem would use fantastical, especially if it ends with dynastical.
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— Bernard Marshal
Unitoum
Fantastical

Wig
pee
seer
act

pee
genius
act
lifter

genius
mainstream
lifter
follow

mainstream
seer
follow
wig.
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— Rhonda Ros
Tanaka
Date regularly
to romanticize chiefly
have a fondness for
To form a conception of.
be under the impression.

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— Eddie Innocent
Rondelet
Fantastical

Wishful thinking,
power of imagination.
Wishful thinking,
to have a desire or yearning.
A vain fancy speculation,
take into consideration.
Wishful thinking.

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— Herbert Leopold
Quinzaine
Fantastical

Nuts are many lunatics.
Can you believe it?
Are they mad?

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— Ethel Leith
Pi (π)
Can I cast a meter, proclaimed so crowds might see
Newly pleasing overviews, readily informing, and oh how conveyed free?
Unreal or quaint look way too absolute. But is curious?
Fantastic, fancy? - or fanciful, fabulous? Darn! I neglected furious!
I reason whimsical and certainly wonderful, but happily ought I
- state concepts so - allusions fetched with computers spry?
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— Sheila Red
Octosyllable
Really flighty and vasty.
But also mighty and tasty.
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— Shannon Silver
Nonet
figment of the imagination
strictly relative in nature
auctioneer and valuer
agglomerated cork
imaginary
unusual
fanciful
bizarre
smart
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— Edith Austen
Mirror Cinquain
fantastical
whimsical, fabulous
raving, imposing, thumping
produced or existing only in imagination
stranger
exterior
belonging to another nation or country
ignoring, flustering, turning
alien, strange
foreign
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— LĂ©onard Ros
Limerick
There was a young gal from Galmish,
She wanted a word for gnomish.
      Elastic plastic?
      No, it's fantastic!
That literate gal from Galmish.
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— Bryan Beaumont
Kural
Stranger, wizard, magician, enchanter
Outsider's whimsical newcomers

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— Robina Ritchie
Haiku (terse)
Temperamental
valetudinarian
unpredictable

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— Eugene Noble
Haiku (3-word)
Romanticizing
individualistic
eccentricity

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— Louise Harding
Haiku (modern)
Strange, odd, great and weird,
freakish, grotesque, and immense,
extraordinary!

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— Bonnie Rowland
Gnomic
Being tremendous, terrific or formidable.
Being incredible, unbelievable or improbable.
Being countless, uncounted or innumerable.

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— Howard Rich
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
strange
freakish
whimsical
extraordinary

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— Aloysius Wyatt
Diamante
Fantastical
exceptional, peculiar
topping, ripping, rattling
stranger, wizard ..... brush, dreadfuls
ransacking, burnishing, whisking
chunky, dumpy
abysmal
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— Hrothgar Ramsey
Cinquain - Phrasal
fantastical
physically capable
auctioneer and valuer
existing only in imagination
strange

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— Brian Austin
Cinquain - Expressional
fantastical
grotesque assuming
extraordinary prominence are
admirable others simply bizarre.
marvelous!

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— Shirley Hardy
Butterfly Cinquain
lovely
not difficult
telephone charge ticket
strictly relative in nature
handsome
as a takeaway from the booth
delicate and pretty
concluding piece
charming
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— Edward Grant
Acrostic - Prefix
 Fanciful
antic
neat
terrific
amazing
strange
tremendous
incredible
chimerical
arabesque
lovely
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— Linda Lewis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Fabulous
Marvelous
Wonderful
Grotesque
Extraordinary
Preposterous
Offbeat
Resounding
Necromancer
Sensational
Unbelievable
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— David Howard
Acrostic - Suffix
Stuff
Anaesthesia
Magician
Great
Pukka
Fabulous
Excellent
Chichi
Terrific
Helluva
Wonderful
 
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— Ryszard Marshall

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.