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

 

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

Zedd
Innocently occupational or professional.
nice
vice
light
right
Certainly not tender, squashy or gentle.
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— Mollie Howard
Yoda
Helot: Master, can the world change me?

A villein, you were!
A bondwoman, you have been!
A chattel, you are!
A thrall, you will continually be!

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— Polly Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word helot
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for pilot

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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— Bart Foster
Waka
Just like the travails,
they're subsequently captive.
Neither weak nor mild!
Burn the candle at both ends,
A villain, villein or knave.

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— Blaine Cooper
Verse (modern)
Helot

Poets who struggle ryhming helot, might want to try using Zealot.
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— Marissa Marshal
Unitoum
Helot

Therefore
ready
wherefore
costless

ready
servant
costless
labor

servant
perished
labor
fastened

perished
wherefore
fastened
therefore.
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— Aurora Ros
Tanaka
Exert oneself to
physically demanding
bind with rope or cord
To subjugate or subdue.
A bondwoman or bondmaid.

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— Marla Innocent
Rondelet
Helot

Take prisoner,
intellectual exertion.
Take prisoner,
person who works as a cleaner.
Professional occupation,
negative justification.
Take prisoner.

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— Clark Leopold
Quinzaine
Helot

Helots are many villeins.
Can you believe it?
Are they young?

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— Benny Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a meter, published so crowds might see
Terse charming abstracts, thereby nurturing, and oh how evermore free?
Thrall or drudge look all too manifest. But is learned?
Bondwoman, helot? - or bondsman, inferior? Damn! I neglected yearned!
I reason assistant and certainly dependent, but rightly ought I
- paste concepts so - innuendos crafted from computers spry?
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— Marianne Red
Octosyllable
Really nice and plentiful.
But also vice and bountiful.
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— Bennie Silver
Nonet
A slave, serf, bondman, thrall or vassal
a pilot, helmsman or steersman
a bondage or servitude
yeoman of the signals
an addict or fiend
quartermaster
mameluke
chattel
serfs
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— Mamie Justice
Mirror Cinquain
helot
beardless, juvenile
slaving, kidding, throttling
a servant, maidservant, manservant, valet or footman
villein
thrall
a villain, or tenant in villenage
slaving, evening, kidding
captive, menial
bondman
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— Maryann Vaughan
Limerick
There was a dude from Ashuelot,
He wanted a word for helot.
      He thought of a cave,
      But settled on slave!
So smart that dude from Ashuelot.
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— Molly Valentine
Kural
Serf, villein, thrall, negro
Bondman's enserfed minions

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— Donnie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Individual
valetudinarian
personality

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— Maureen Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Incorporating
individualizing
considerable

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— Marlene Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you agonize?
Opulent, and liberal,
But never handsome.

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— Marian Tate
Gnomic
Being dissolute, profligate or licentious.
Being abundant, plentiful or copious.

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— Marion Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
serf
bondman
mameluke
an addict or fiend

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— Ruby Harvey
Diamante
Helot
difficult, arduous
admitting, acquiring, inciting
labour, effort ..... valet, homo
attending, assisting, ensuring
domestic, dependant
gentleman
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— Benjamin Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
helot
bond servant
be subservient to
drag a lengthened chain
labor

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— Kevin Mckenzie
Cinquain - Expressional
helot
labor building
from the university
established by national law.
generous!

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— Carl Bartholomew
Butterfly Cinquain
chattel
country estate
furnitures and fixtures
mobile telephone subscriber
labor
event correlation process
furniture and fittings
medical goods
bondman
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— Donna Gill
Acrostic - Prefix
 Humble
enserfed
low
obedient
tame
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— Mary Clark
Acrostic - Diagonal
Hence
Serf
Villein
Pilot
Chattel
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— Maria Marshall
Acrostic - Suffix
Youth
Slave
Vassal
Onto
Addict
 
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— Donald Moss

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.