Toto Poetry
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poetry, n. (English) metrical composition.

 

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

Zedd
Duly clandestine, furtive, stealthy, undercover or surreptitious.
immoral
natural
shameful
wrongful
unreasonable
dishonorable
Rarely honest, sincere, straightforward, candid or righteous.
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— Cecelia Howard
Yoda
Illegitimate: Master, can I change my nature?

Unlawful, before this poem you were!
Rightful, you have not been!
Spurious, you are!
Bogus, you will unendingly be!

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— Sheldon Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To illegitimate I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like dishonourable
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using humble

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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— Ervin Foster
Waka
Just like the faeces,
they're incorrectly wrongful.
Neither chaste nor pure!
An issue or progeny.
Being counterfeit or fake.

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— Ginger Cooper
Verse (modern)
Illegitimate

A strange poem would use illegitimate, especially if it ends with legitimate.
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— Davin Marshal
Unitoum
Illegitimate

Crookedly
obvious
really
pertinent

obvious
bastard
pertinent
whoreson

bastard
tightened
whoreson
fastened

tightened
really
fastened
crookedly.
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— Myra Ros
Tanaka
Mentally confused
disagreeable person
against principle
Of marriages and offspring,
Unlawfully begotten.

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— Shelia Innocent
Rondelet
Illegitimate

At large extent,
composition of transmission.
At large extent,
of illegitimate descent.
Devoid of any foundation,
traffic conditioning function.
At large extent.

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— Abraham Leopold
Quinzaine
Illegitimate

God loves illegitimates!
Are they criminal?
Should I care?

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— Grant Leith
Pi (π)
Can I fake a pulse, committed so people might see
Fully teaching overviews, proudly imparting, and oh but provided free?
Rascal or wretch look all too apparent. But is painted?
Scoundrel, scamp? - or hooligan, spurious? Damn! I neglected tainted!
I wonder roughneck and otherwise miscreant, but happily ought I
- found meanings so - sentences drafted with computers spry?
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— Blake Red
Octosyllable
Really baseless and awkward.
But also tasteless and backward.
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— Cameron Silver
Nonet
inverse or opposite of something
being fallacious or specious
child born in adultery
unauthorized chiefly
unreasonable
misbegotten
unlawful
lawless
false
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— Kenny Justice
Mirror Cinquain
illegitimate
unlawful, illegal
outlawing, adulterating, lawbreaking
a nonsense, applesauce, piffle, tripe or poppycock
bastard
villain
being shabby, abject, miserable, wretched or poor
cheating, outlawing, meaning
roguish, villainous
scoundrel
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— Cecilia Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young man from Bauvard,
He wanted a word for bastard.
      Like crotch mackerel?
      But then thought scoundrel!
That literate lad from Bauvard.
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— Austin Valentine
Kural
Bastard, whoreson, asshole, cocksucker
Dickhead's spurious faeces

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— Everett Harding
Haiku (terse)
Inequitable
totalitarianism
illegitimate

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— Claudia Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Adulterating
nonrepresentational
inequality

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— Allan Benson
Haiku (modern)
False, wrong, bad and lame,
hybrid, baseborn, and unfair,
unreasonable!

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— Guy Tate
Gnomic
Wildly, savagely or ferociously.
Wrongly, incorrectly or erroneously.

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— Melinda Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
false
lawless
clandestine
unreasonable
being fallacious or specious

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— Duane Austen
Diamante
Illegitimate
unauthentic, inauthentic
degenerating, italicizing, adulterating
bastard, whoreson ..... entity, condition
mending, determining, checking
able, stable
true
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— Gordon Bentley
Cinquain - Phrasal
illegitimate
a suspension
not legally constituted
being criminal or felonious
unlawful

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— Allen Ramsey
Cinquain - Expressional
illegitimate
and illegitimate
but recognized children
were forbidden the gardens.
unlawful!

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— Bradley Mckenzie
Butterfly Cinquain
unsound
mentally ill
not sound financially
mobile telephone subscriber
shaky
in deplorable condition
with evil intention
not orthodox
faulty
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— Alan Austin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Illicit
lawless
lowly
extramarital
groundless
illogical
true
improper
meanspirited
adulterine
tortious
erroneous
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— Kenneth Allen

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.