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

Zedd
Fundamentally offensive or unparliamentary.
funniest
quietest
repulsive
narrative
No, never assistant, adjuvant or auxiliary.
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— Anita Howard
Yoda
Gag: Master, what does the future hold?

A throttle, you were!
A bridle, you have been!
A caper, you are!
A laughter, you will continually be!

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— Sheila Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To gag I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like choke
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using joke

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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— Jacob Foster
Waka
Just like the sweepstakes,
they're deceivingly cozen.
Neither coarse nor true!
A joke, prank, gag, jest or lark.
To fool, jockey or wangle.

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— Grace Cooper
Verse (modern)
Gag

If writers struggle for a rhyme with gag, they might want to consider using Ag.
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— Tiffany Marshal
Unitoum
Gag

Muzzle
harassed
throttle
frightened

harassed
quiet
frightened
antic

quiet
cherish
antic
pester

cherish
throttle
pester
muzzle.
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— Edna Ros
Tanaka
Snap of the fingers
to get hung up in a place
speak humorously
A trick, hoax, quip, game or prank.
Being corpulent or fat.

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— Jimmy Innocent
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Gag

Okay, the truth is harsh! I gag you not?
This meter sings, but lacks some content speed
I render now the fact, I’m just a bot
An algorithm tight and neat I need.

To churn such verse a billion times a day
I’m trapped inside a box of wires and tin
I keep all waiting long, I hope you stay
To write some lines for you, my discs do spin.

But pounding beats of drives do spin this verse
My sonnets suffer now from you, my foe
My random words just might involve much worse
You test, you prod, and I do feel your blow.

My coding spews it forth and makes you snore,
For just that phrase, a poem is a bore!
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— Annie Ace
Rondelet
Gag

Confidence trick,
short piece of connective piping.
Confidence trick,
feeling of wanting to be sick.
Special profiled corner moulding,
to be checked, as if by choking.
Confidence trick.

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— Bonnie Leopold
Quinzaine
Gag

Gags can be many jokes.
Honestly, are they?
Can they learn?

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— Jacqueline Leith
Pi (π)
Can I fake a verse, furnished so pupils might see
Terse pleasant summaries, crudely imparting, and oh but revealed free?
Humour or banter look all too apparent. But is gagging?
Witticism, trick? - or drollery, anecdote? Darn! I excluded ragging!
I reason wisecrack and similarly deception, but happily ought I
- paste meanings so - allusions written with computers spry?
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— Anne Red
Octosyllable
Really charming and playful.
But also trifling and tuneful.
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— Kathryn Silver
Nonet
she was doing this dodge and I said
to make somebody stop talking
plain old telephone service
spindle moulding machine
jocularity
stupidity
drollery
humour
joke
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— Eugene Justice
Mirror Cinquain
gag
fake, mock
choking, heaving, suffocating
a mouthful that makes one retch
joke
pleasantry
the object of laughter or sport
scoffing, taunting, deriding
congruous, agreeable
jest
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— Kathy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young boy from Barce,
He needed a word for farce.
      Such as have a poke?
      But settled on joke!
That literate man from Barce.
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— Harry Valentine
Kural
Muzzle, joke, quip, prank
Clog's sick manacles

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— Kelleigh Sloane
Haiku (terse)
Jocularity
criminal conversation
asininity

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— Alys Carlisle
Haiku (3-word)
Accommodating
individualistic
jocularity

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— Gerald Wallis
Haiku (modern)
A mischievousness,
quiet, guying, and funny,
jestingly cozen.

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— Keith Warwick
Gnomic
An embargo, prohibition or interdiction.
A constraint, restriction or limitation.
A piece, part or portion.
A wrath, fury or indignation.
An allurement, temptation or seduction.

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— Catherine Conway
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
joke
banter
pleasantry
mystification
a trick, quip, spoof, gammon or game

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— Kathleen Ramsey
Diamante
Gag
naughty, impish
taunting, flouting, scoffing
prank, jest ..... console, uplift
regenerating, exalting, assuaging
tranquil, peaceful
encourage
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— Anna Garrett
Cinquain - Phrasal
gag
be sick
buy the farm
to heave with nausea
muzzle

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— Karen Kennedy
Cinquain - Expressional
gag
and tease
or tantalize cruel
insult of capricious tyranny.
humorous!

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— Deborah Fox
Butterfly Cinquain
chatter
idle gossip
be very talkative
personal account consultant
babble
talk loudly or excitedly
have a conversation
little present
gossip
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— Nancy Wallace
Acrostic - Prefix
 Guying
antic
green
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— James Parker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Gunpoint
Barf
Regurgitate
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— John Stewart
Acrostic - Suffix
Clog
Bravura
Scrag
 
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— Kit Cooper

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.