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

Zedd
Demandingly dud or good-for-nothing.
humble
incapable
deficient
insufficient
Certainly not percipient or discerning.
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— Shannon Stirling
Yoda
Junk: Master, am I shoddy?

A detritus, you were!
A carcass, you have been!
A hydrogen, you are!
A lemon, you will continually be!

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— Jacob Windsor
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term junk
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for bunk

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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— Chad Keegan
Waka
Frequently, it is
a superannuated
contemptibleness.
Being filthy or messy.
commit an offence against.

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— Allen Milburn
Verse (modern)
Junk

Junk is a word that sings; it rhymes with drunk, sunk, trunk, and Monk.
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— Cindy Ridley
Unitoum
Junk

Trash
absolved
garbage
cancelled

absolved
valueless
cancelled
insignificant

valueless
unseat
insignificant
notify

unseat
garbage
notify
trash.
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— Stanley Reagan
Tanaka
Waste material
to expel somebody from
convert into scrap
To fling, throw, toss, cast or pitch.
A dirt, filth, muck or squalor.

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— Jimmy Read
Rondelet
Junk

Good for nothing,
tax deficiency deduction.
Good for nothing,
nonsensical talk or writing.
Absence of organization,
material alteration.
Good for nothing.

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— Alan Pearce
Quinzaine
Junk

Sweepings are many blankets.
Can you believe it?
Are they great?

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— Julia Vaughan
Pi (π)
Can I cast a rhyme, proclaimed so beings might see
Fully engaging abstracts, proudly imparting, and oh but bestowed free?
Refuse or litter look all too apparent. But is wastage?
Sweepings, trash? - or detritus, narcotic? Damn! I excluded wattage!
I reckon remainder and certainly rejection, but frankly ought I
- crank concepts so - abstracts written with computers spry?
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— Jacqueline Bentley
Octosyllable
Really crummy and chunky.
But also scummy and junky.
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— Billy Maxwell
Nonet
manufacturing deviation
unrectifiable rejects
will all its amenities
electrical discharge
waste material
a crap or shit
detritus
offal
stuff
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— Evelyn Walton
Mirror Cinquain
junk
shoddy, cheap
discarding, rejecting, eliminating
metallic material accidentally introduced into a borehole
rubbish
trash
a nonsense, drivel, bosh, baloney or absurdity
examining, investigating, moving
cheap, incongruous
garbage
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— Doris Moss
Limerick
There was a clever girl from Werth,
And she wanted a word for berth.
      She thought of some junk,
      But settled on bunk!
That very clever girl from Werth.
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— Julie Ramsey
Kural
Debris, rubbish, litter, trash
Scrap's unsatisfactory curios

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— Ryan Reid
Haiku (terse)
Repudiation
anesthesiologist
disaffirmation

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— Pamela Crawford
Haiku (3-word)
Investigating
supererogatory
accumulation

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— Martha Kennedy
Haiku (modern)
An uncleanliness,
a paraphernalia,
dud, cheap, short and vain.

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— Boutros Hudson
Gnomic
A piece, slice or portion.
A denial, rejection or negation.

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— Cynthia Tucker
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
dirt
litter
uncleanness
agglomeration
a remainder, remnant or rest

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— Deborah Marshall
Diamante
Junk
gibberish, trumpery
wandering, dismissing, behaving
offal, drivel ..... impression, idea
receiving, observing, affecting
heartful, inquisitive
sense
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— George Hamilton
Cinquain - Phrasal
junk
Irish bull
odds and ends
to waste or refuse
debris

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— Dorothy Parker
Cinquain - Expressional
junk
and rubbish
bin litter bin
while some stuff intermediate.
obsolete!

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— Havel Reed
Butterfly Cinquain
rubbish
household garbage
domestic solid wastes
nonsensical talk or writing
refuse
construction of an embankment
reduction in pressure
worthless people
garbage
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— Joseph Allen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Jittery
unsatisfactory
narcotic
keen
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Jettison
Rubbish
Pan
Buck
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— Guillaume Taylor

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.