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

Zedd
Passably joyous, blithe, blissful, light-hearted or joyful.
brave
grave
zippy
snappy
hilarious
ceremonious
Rarely gloomy, glum, morose, depressing or mournful.
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— Audrey Howard
Yoda
Festive: Master, do I have a bright future?

Convivial, once upon a time you were!
Dismal, you have not been!
Merry, you are!
Snappy, you will eternally be!

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

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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— Jerome Foster
Waka
Just like the socials,
they're jovially merry.
Neither bleak nor fierce!
A boon or benefaction.
Being cordial or hearty.

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— Bertha Cooper
Verse (modern)
Festive

Need an ending verse for festive? Please consider using restive.
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— Gail Marshal
Unitoum
Festive

Boon
lose
FOU
waive

lose
kind
waive
grant

kind
hold
grant
pay

hold
FOU
pay
boon.
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— Lucille Ros
Tanaka
Very much indeed
to get hung up in a place
jovial fellow
To jest, banter, josh or gag.
A middy or midshipman.

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— Clara Innocent
Rondelet
Festive

Social event,
to go into operation.
Social event,
fundamental ingredient.
A respectful salutation,
area of distribution.
Social event.

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— Rhonda Leopold
Quinzaine
Festive

Never found in good poems.
Can you believe it?
Are they gay?

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— Eddie Austen
Pi (π)
Can I lend a pulse, furnished so crowds might see
Terse inviting overviews, vaguely informing, and oh yet bestowed free?
Cheery or jovial seem all too apparent. But is livable?
Dexterous, sunny? - or jubilant, humorous? Darn! I excluded lovable!
I reckon fortunate and similarly ingenious, but plainly ought I
- crank meanings so - innuendos fetched with equations spry?
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— Edwin Leopold
Octosyllable
Really rosy and sunny.
But also cosy and funny.
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— Herbert Christmas
Nonet
Being jocund, jocose or blithesome
dirty and slovenly looking
passive homosexual
to be in high spirits
busily engaged
hilarious
jovial
jolly
light
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— Ethel Charlton
Mirror Cinquain
festive
merry, convivial
laughing, gratifying, rejoicing
pertaining to, or becoming, a feast
holiday
banquet
to entertain with sumptuous provisions
regaling, celebrating, gratifying
carnival, merry
feast
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— Edith Carlisle
Limerick
There was a man from South Vestal,
He wanted a word for festal.
      Like hairy cherry?
      But then thought merry!
So smart that lad from South Vestal.
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— Edna Ritchie
Kural
Gala, holiday, frolic, boon
State's mirthful cheeries

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— Florence Sinclair
Haiku (terse)
Exhilarated
enthusiastically
joviality

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— Bonnie Rich
Haiku (3-word)
Substantiating
individualizing
ceremonious

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— Flip Noble
Haiku (modern)
Gay, blithe, glad and bright,
cheerful, joyful, and jocund,
solemnly mirthful.

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— Robina Harding
Gnomic
A delight, joy or gladness.
A vivacity, liveliness or sprightliness.

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— Bobby Wyatt
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
gay
merry
rollicking
ceremonious
being glad, happy or gladsome

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— Eugene Hammond
Diamante
Festive
ruddy, florid
rattling, swinging, stirring
sanguine, corky ..... commencement, impression
receiving, observing, discovering
susceptible, incredible
low
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— Aaron Baldwin
Cinquain - Phrasal
festive
a sanguine
go to meeting
offering fun and gaiety
solemn

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— Brian Lambert
Cinquain - Expressional
festive
with lively
spirits and gay
blankets gave cheerful color.
joyful!

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— Albert Ramsey
Butterfly Cinquain
merry
enjoy yourself
to become popular
offering fun and gaiety
joyful
to indulge in hilarity
quick and energetic
very active
lively
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— Edward Austin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Fun
exuberant
solemn
triumphal
impudent
vivacious
enjoyable
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— Hopkin Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Fun
Merry
Insolent
Rattling
Convivial
Effervescent
Lighthearted
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— Jennifer Freeman

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.