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

Zedd
Fundamentally hot, fiery, passionate, fervent or ardent.
frantic
chaotic
heated
excited
burning
exciting
No, never lazy, slothful, sluggish, shiftless or indolent.
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— Bertha Howard
Yoda
Hectic: Master, do I have a bright future?

Gentle, before this poem you never were!
Sensational, you have been!
Dead, you are not!
Red, you will permanently be!

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— Valerie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term hectic
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for frantic

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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— Clara Foster
Waka
Exactly like nuts,
they're feverishly febrile.
Neither weak nor vain!
A flush, blush or suffusion.
Being frantic or frenzied.

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— Bernard Cooper
Verse (modern)
Hectic

What could work with hectic? Maybe verse with dialectic.
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— Eva Austen
Unitoum
Hectic

Fever
lighten
turmoil
soften

lighten
heat
soften
craze

heat
quash
craze
vex

quash
turmoil
vex
fever.
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— Rhonda Merton
Tanaka
Ludicrously odd
carried away by passion
just and straightforward
A berserk or berserker.
carried away by passion.

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— Eddie Leopold
Rondelet
Hectic

Causing horror,
the name of a constellation.
Causing horror,
expressive of awe or terror.
An extreme state or condition,
emergency situation.
Causing horror.

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— Herbert Red
Quinzaine
Hectic

Nuts can be several bats.
Can you believe it?
Are they mild?

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— Bradley Keegan
Pi (π)
Can I pass a rhyme, delivered so pupils might see
Newly pleasing allusions, largely informing, and oh yet evermore free?
Heated or lively feel way too absolute. But is ferment?
Repulsive, fever? - or feverish, restless? Darn! I excluded fervent!
I reckon appalling and otherwise electrify, but happily ought I
- blurt concepts so - abstracts fetched with computers spry?
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— Edith Read
Octosyllable
Really jumpy and torrid.
But also lumpy and horrid.
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— Léonard Ritchie
Nonet
maximum ozone concentration
being colossal or whopping
of paramount importance
pretender to the throne
to a huge extent
terrifying
terrible
intense
dire
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— Bryan Sinclair
Mirror Cinquain
hectic
excited, restless
whetting, provoking, inciting
marked by intense agitation or emotion
fever
warmth
a flush, flash, glitter, sparkle or gleam
inflaming, kindling, arousing
fervent, ardent
heat
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— Robina Gay
Limerick
There was a young gal from Scantic,
She needed a word for frantic.
      Could it be manchild?
      But settled on wild!
So smart that woman from Scantic.
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— Diana Valentine
Kural
Fever, turmoil, mess, excitement
Unrest's febrile confusions

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— Flip Harding
Haiku (terse)
Ungovernably
superconductivity
defamatory

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— Howard Hammond
Haiku (3-word)
Exaggerating
supererogatory
abomination

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— Eugene Wyatt
Haiku (modern)
Dire, gross, cool and wild,
big, bold, brash, brave, bright, brisk, broad,
great, keen, huge, febrile.

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— Bobby Rich
Gnomic
Being noisy, obstreperous or clamorous.
Being powerful, strong or vigorous.
Being glossy, shiny or lustrous.

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— Aaron Baldwin
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
wild
febrile
tremendous
uncontrollable
being chaotic or messy

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— Adam Ramsey
Diamante
Hectic
violent, furious
amalgamating, bedevilling, distracting
hubbub, jumble ..... security, tranquillity
arranging, appeasing, adjusting
placid, hushed
calm
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— Andrew Lambert
Cinquain - Phrasal
hectic
a disorder
on the rampage
being febrile or aguish
frantic

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— Brian Austin
Cinquain - Expressional
hectic
emaciated excited
and anxious imagination
with every frantic apprehension.
hot!

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— Shirley Lucas
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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— Edward Hudson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Hot
exciting
chaotic
tumultuous
inhumane
consumptive
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— Hopkin Reed
Acrostic - Diagonal
Hurried
Feverish
Excite
Disturb
Burning
Tuberculous
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— Ryszard Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.