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

Zedd
Spherically keen, incisive, acute, sharp or trenchant.
baggy
foggy
knobby
chubby
Certainly not parallel, similar, analogous or equivalent.
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— Eleanor Howard
Yoda
Globe: Master, can I change my nature?

An existence, you were!
A circumference, you have been!
A macrocosm, you are!
A kingdom, you will continually be!

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— Jamie Stirling
Xenia Epigram
To globe I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like testicle
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using circle

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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— Lucille Leopold
Waka
Just like the insides,
they're severely globular.
Not correctly sharp!
Being outright or forthright.
Rotation, as in office.

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— Lesly Warwick
Verse (modern)
Globe

Globe rhymes with lobe, says my computer, so as poetic verse, this line is a tutor.
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— Elaine Bristol
Unitoum
Globe

Shell
relieved
bead
prepared

relieved
globular
prepared
circular

globular
attune
circular
organize

attune
bead
organize
shell.
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— Ellen Keegan
Tanaka
Terrestrial sphere
head of a human being
special jewel round
A domain, demesne or realm.
Being hollow or empty.

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— Jacob Kingsley
Rondelet
Globe

Sure and certain,
domain of an application.
Sure and certain,
complex variable domain.
To go into operation,
political revolution.
Sure and certain.

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— Carmen Selby
Quinzaine
Globe

Grounds are many cornerstones.
Can you believe it?
Are they good?

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— Bryan Ridley
Pi (π)
Can I cast a meter, disclosed so crowds might see
Fully inviting sentences, somehow informing, and oh but evermore free?
Sphere or circle look all too absolute. But is crumpet?
Spherical, earth? - or universe, testicle? Darn! I neglected trumpet!
I reason planetary and therefore grounding, but frankly ought I
- throw meanings so - allusions written with equations spry?
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— Jimmy Carlisle
Octosyllable
Really fraught and circular.
But also tight and annular.
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— Julia Ritchie
Nonet
circle of friends and associates
a ball, globe, balloon or bullet
a field, domain or purview
a demesne or estate
a zone or district
territory
area
limit
ring
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— Bonnie Duke
Mirror Cinquain
globe
spherical, rotund
landing, grounding, flooring
being planetary, terrestrial, earthly, telluric or earthy
ball
pellet
a pitch thrown with maximum velocity
denouncing, blaming, accusing
short, ovoid
bullet
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— Jacqueline Rowland
Limerick
There was a young girl from Grobe,
She needed a word for globe.
      Like girthy mcgirth?
      But settled on earth!
So smart that woman from Grobe.
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— Adam Stafford
Kural
Earth, ball, world, sphere
Orb's rotund humans

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— Nicole York
Haiku (terse)
Association
clinical thermometer
celestial body

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— Evelyn Gill
Haiku (3-word)
Anticipating
undenominational
association

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— Keith Mckenzie
Haiku (modern)
A society,
hollow, public, and rotund,
international!

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— Klaus Whitaker
Gnomic
A state, situation or condition.
A nature, character or disposition.
A trade, business or occupation.
A part, piece or portion.
A constraint, restriction or limitation.

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— Julie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
sphere
domain
existence
a bowl or fishbowl

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— Stephanie Arnold
Diamante
Globe
rangy, lanky
attuning, adapting, accommodating
pill, gang ..... cushion, mattress
softening, dampening, muffling
heavy, ceremonial
pad
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— Shell Tucker
Cinquain - Phrasal
globe
earthly concern
the terraqueous ball
being celestial or heavenly
world

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— Donna Cooper
Cinquain - Expressional
globe
of earth
during world war
stalked over the land.
rotund!

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— Brian Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
circle
lap covering
travel around something
intermediate size plug tap
compass
specially for an occasion
vertical boring mill
dance orchestra
surround
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— George Reed
Acrostic - Prefix
 General
laughable
overall
ballooning
entire
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— James Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
General
Clod
Floor
Eyeball
Planet
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— Ryszard Walker
Acrostic - Suffix
Egg
Ball
Into
Orb
Sphere
 
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— Helen Stewart

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.