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

 

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

Zedd
Apparently prosperous or flourishing.
dear
clear
plenteous
salubrious
Rarely idle, indolent or do-nothing.
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— Carl Harding
Yoda
Hello: Master, will I ever be tacit?

An apostrophe, in every other way you were!
A hospitality, you have been!
An introduction, you are!
A congratulation, you will constantly be!

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— Janet Farrell
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word hello
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for hullo

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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— Marie Humphrey
Waka
Like salutations,
they're conciliatory.
Rarely ever crude.
Being grateful or thankful.
a greeting or reception.

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— Carolyn Morton
Unitoum
Hello

Welcomely
unpleasant
genially
intolerable

unpleasant
reception
intolerable
salutation

reception
precluded
salutation
exculpated

precluded
genially
exculpated
welcomely.
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— Jerry Gill
Tanaka
Develop into
enthusiastic greeting
Hawaii Island
A safety or salvation.
An aloha or farewell.

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— Joshua Osborne
Rondelet
Hello

Belaying cleat,
a general name for Rivers.
Belaying cleat,
rear-facing child car safety seat.
Site terms of use and disclaimers,
autistic spectrum disorders.
Belaying cleat.

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— Andrew Malone
Quinzaine
Hello

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they Hawaiian?
Will they take?

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— Anna Goodwin
Pi (π)
May I cast a metre, proclaimed so pupils might see
Fully exalting allusions, however informing, and oh how conveyed free?
Halloo or hellos look all too absolute. But is amended?
Corrected, hallo? - or greeting, yo-ho-ho? Damn! I deserted emended!
I wonder obeisance and otherwise proofread, but broadly ought I
- speak meanings oh - notations written from equations spry?
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— Amy Moss
Octosyllable
Really inverse and gracious.
But also adverse and spacious.
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— Jeffrey Tate
Nonet
at any time and from time to time
good morning or good afternoon
wearing your heart on a sleeve
closing switch to common
forward work program
salutation
condition
greeting
peace
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— Jessica Benson
Mirror Cinquain
hello
welcome, enjoyable
exalting, shouting, cheering
a greeting, salute, salutation or reception
aloha
farewell
an aim, purpose, goal, object or target
closing, stopping, finishing
valedictory, terminal
adieu
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— Deborah Love
Limerick
There was a young guy from Mello,
He wanted a word for hello.
      Polish the chrome dome?
      But then thought welcome!
That literate man from Mello.
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— Michelle Hardy
Kural
Greeting, hail, salutation, remembrance
Farewell's paging receptions

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— Brian Dawson
Haiku (terse)
Accommodating
latitudinarian
companionable

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— Havel Elliott
Haiku (3-word)
Commemorating
latitudinarian
hospitality

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— Betty Harvey
Haiku (modern)
Safe, good, strong and high,
is just like a hiatus,
greetings and respects.

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— Kenneth Miles
Gnomic
An amazement, wonderment or astonishment.
A gaiety, mirth or merriment.

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— Daniel Grant
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
hail
greeting
remembrance
pandemonium

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— Christopher Freeman
Diamante
Hello
lower, prostrate
connecting, associating, reviving
touch, dash ..... dunce, dolt
preventing, intercepting, discouraging
mindless, idiotic
lumpish
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— Greet Ellis
Cinquain - Phrasal
hello
telephone greeting
private attorney general
clarification from the asker
hi

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— David Bennett
Cinquain - Expressional
hello
and hospitality
tolerance good humor
have abundance of sentiment.
enjoyable!

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— Charles Cole
Butterfly Cinquain
welcome
accept gladly
see solution below
good morning or good afternoon
pleasant
a first instalment of payment
loosely woven backing
be infectious
accept
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— Elizabeth Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Hi
Meet
Salutation
Calling
Acknowledge
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— John Jackson
Acrostic - Suffix
Distinguish
Acknowledge
Hail
Farewell
Ciao
 
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— Barbara Mitchell

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.