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

 

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

Zedd
Incrementally irksome, wearisome, tiresome, uninteresting or tedious.
blatant
instant
egregious
clamorous
repetitive
reiterative
No, never diverse, different, miscellaneous, dissimilar or multifarious.
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— Ernest Howard
Yoda
Iterative: Master, am I repetitive?

Unvarying, you were!
Exacting, you have been!
Intermittent, you are!
Recurrent, you will continually be!

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— Jeremy Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term iterative
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for reduplicative

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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— Adam Foster
Waka
Every dullness
can be irritatingly
uninteresting.
A pedestrian or prose.
Being arid or barren.

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— Nicole Cooper
Verse (modern)
Iterative

Ending a couplet paired with iterative? You may find a need for cooperative!
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— Benjamin Perce
Unitoum
Iterative

Ever
meager
always
unique

meager
sponsor
unique
clipping

sponsor
vacate
clipping
outlaw

vacate
always
outlaw
ever.
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— Judith Verity
Tanaka
Recurrent event
to do something over again
summarize briefly
Being commonplace or trite.
Containing repetition.

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— Joan Eliot
Rondelet
Iterative

Doubling machine,
successive approximation.
Doubling machine,
repeated breach of discipline.
Low frequency deviation,
center of negotiation.
Doubling machine.

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— Keith Rain
Quinzaine
Iterative

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they effective?
Will they come?

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— Jean Leopold
Pi (π)
Can I pass a verse, proclaimed so crowds might see
Fully inviting sentences, frankly educating, and oh now provided free?
Double or reword seem all too manifest. But is sounded?
Rehearsed, quote? - or reprised, recalled? Darn! I neglected wounded!
I ponder iterative and certainly replicate, but frankly ought I
- speak concepts oh - allusions fetched from computers spry?
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— Jonathan Monday
Octosyllable
Really irksome and weary.
But also tiresome and dreary.
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— Jack Mortimer
Nonet
To be laminated or storeyed
to be refined or purified
following one another
without interruption
regurgitated
iterated
exalted
double
thick
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— Juan Bristol
Mirror Cinquain
iterative
iterative, recurrent
echoing, trying, reduplicating
being continual, constant, persistent or unvarying
monotone
wench
depressing in character or appearance
galvanizing, wearing, frowning
flat, bleak
drab
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— Diane Bartholomew
Limerick
There was a gal from Mount Henquent,
She wanted a word for frequent.
      Such as turd burglar?
      No, it's regular!
So smart that girl from Mount Henquent.
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— Janet Carlisle
Kural
Reiteration, multiplicity, tautology, narration
Practice's repetitious instants

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— Gautier Winter
Haiku (terse)
Reduplicative
recapitulatory
reiterated

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— RĂ©amann Hammond
Haiku (3-word)
Reduplicating
recapitulatory
multiplicity

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— Pamela Mckenzie
Haiku (modern)
Uninteresting!
Weary, vapid, and tiresome,
reiterated.

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— Martha Conway
Gnomic
Being tedious, tiresome or irksome.
Being onerous, cumbersome or burdensome.

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— Anna Malone
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
gross
instant
recurrent
uninteresting
being ponderous or stodgy

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— Jessica Lambert
Diamante
Iterative
exigent, continual
lengthening, filling, practising
frequencies, tautology ..... fitfulness, recess
terminating, dissipating, adjourning
hollow, calm
intermittent
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— Jason Montgomery
Cinquain - Phrasal
iterative
rote memory
again and again
being fresh or new
persistent

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— Donna Jordan
Cinquain - Expressional
iterative
and habitual
group of superior
voting rights to common.
customary!

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— Sarah Elliott
Butterfly Cinquain
frequent
visit often
acceptance for honor
constant current power supply
common
moderate turbulence in cloud
of common occurrence
ocean current
many
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— George Cole
Acrostic - Prefix
 Intermittent
tedious
exacting
repetitive
antagonistic
tautological
insistent
verbose
egregious
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— James Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.