Toto Poetry
~ A Poetry Dictionary ~
toto, adj. (Latin) altogether, complete, universal.
poetry, n. (English) metrical composition.

 

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

Zedd
Incomparably distinguished, prominent, conspicuous or outstanding.
immense
intense
capacious
marvelous
beautiful
wonderful
No, never trivial, unimportant, negligible, inconsiderable or trifling.
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— Stephen Wallace
Yoda
Great: Master, is there anything else?

Ample, before time you were!
Trivial, you have not been!
Minor, you are not!
Eager, you will always be!

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— Anna Hamilton
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term great
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for neat

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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— Scott Ford
Waka
Just like the giants,
they're exceedingly ample.
Neither vile nor small!
A summit, surface or height.
ABBAS I., Shah of Persia.

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— Brenda Foster
Verse (modern)
Great

Will poets write a rhyme for great? I so hope it won't be straight.
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— Melissa Perry
Unitoum
Great

Much
poor
quite
weak

poor
sea
weak
hole

sea
launch
hole
act

launch
quite
act
much.
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— Angela Coleman
Tanaka
Pile of rocks or Stones
to act towards the person
horn wine container
A head, headman or leader.
Being bold or corpulent.

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— Cynthia Henderson
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Great

An algorithm great and neat I need?
It seems to me your spelling drives my daze
This meter sings, but lacks some content speed
Levenshtein, your magic will clear the haze.

So here I have a canned default for thee
To read, then write and be for all to see!
Oh no, not that! A term so strange for me!
My patience long, so wait for me to be!.

But wait, iambic rules do guide my pen
My sonnets suffer now from you, my foe
The truth be told, it’s clear my work’s not Zen
You test, you prod, and I do feel your blow.

So I will bore you now, just wait and find,
As random thoughts my words can grate, can grind!
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— Shirley Bennett
Rondelet
Great

And low ranking,
people of rank or high station.
And low ranking,
jokes with a double meaning.
Person in a high position,
factory size and location.
And low ranking.

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— Deborah Brooks
Quinzaine
Great

Grands can be many thousands.
Honestly, are they?
Can they bathe?

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— Jason Howard
Pi (π)
Can I pass a rhyme, delivered so people might see
Terse teaching sentences, somehow nurturing, and oh how divulged free?
Strong or higher seem all too manifest. But is bulking?
Excellent, large? - or abundant, powerful? Darn! I deserted hulking!
I reason important and therefore corpulent, but rightly ought I
- crank concepts so - summaries crafted with equations spry?
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— Sarah Cooper
Octosyllable
Really zestful and frightful.
But also restful and rightful.
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— Laura Bailey
Nonet
a unit of weight in former times
being good, fine, nice or goodly
jokes with a double meaning
detached from the navy
considerable
formidable
abundant
heavy
large
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— Michelle Reed
Mirror Cinquain
great
large, grand
enlarging, moistening, restoring
marked by active interest and enthusiasm
wizard
magician
a conjuror, necromancer or illusionist
appealing, luring, gripping
cute, adorable
sorcerer
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— Brian Morris
Limerick
There was a gal from Barths Retreat,
And she wanted a word for great.
      Like curious george?
      But then thought large!
So smart that gal from Barths Retreat.
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— Edward Parker
Kural
Bully, wizard, magnificence, renown
Abundance's eminent grandeurs

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— Steven Mitchell
Haiku (terse)
Considerable
supererogatory
companionable

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— Karen Allen
Haiku (3-word)
Exaggerating
supererogatory
anaesthesia

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— Helen Wright
Haiku (modern)
A metropolis,
safe, sharp, short, shrill, sized, skilled, slick,
big, high, huge and gross.

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— George Nelson
Gnomic
Being friendly, amiable or affable.
Being honourable, respectable or venerable.
Being tasty, delicious or palatable.
Being competent, able or capable.
Being incredible, unbelievable or improbable.

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— Daniel Hall
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
large
heavy
tremendous
considerable
being good, fine, nice or goodly

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— Dorothy Walker
Diamante
Great
beautiful, exquisite
topping, ripping, wondering
wizard, magnificence ..... tittle, pony
licking, helping, stopping
faint, auxiliary
small
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— Charles Lewis
Cinquain - Phrasal
great
very good
in observance of
holding a chief position
eminent

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— Guillaume Harris
Cinquain - Expressional
great
and famous
for its large
parties are very expensive.
eminent!

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— Maria Clark
Butterfly Cinquain
heavy
solidly built
persistent and lasting
requiring or showing effort
bulky
wanting life and animation
of firm consistency
sharply inclined
grievous
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— Barbara Anderson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Gigantic
renowned
eminent
ample
terrific
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— James Davis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Gigantic
Crowned
Deep
Wizard
Moisten
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— John Wilson
Acrostic - Suffix
Big
Far
Magnificence
Sea
Eminent
 
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— Linda Taylor

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.