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

Zedd
Soundly eccentric, queer, odd, kinky or peculiar.
wacky
whacky
reckless
senseless
unreasonable
unbelievable
Rarely intelligent, lucid, bright, luminous or clear.
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— Rosalina Howard
Yoda
Kooky: Master, what is my future?

Sappy, you were!
Whacky, you have been!
Eccentric, you are!
Idiotic, you will continually be!

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— Aura Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To kooky I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like crackers
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using bonkers

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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— Benton Foster
Waka
Just like the bonkers,
they're furiously crazy.
Neither staid nor cheap!
Being angry or irate.
carried away by passion.

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— Bent Cooper
Verse (modern)
Kooky

A strange poem would use kooky, especially if it ends with spooky.
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— Delilah Marshal
Unitoum
Kooky

Sorely
wholesome
badly
lucid

wholesome
anger
lucid
madness

anger
placate
madness
tickle

placate
badly
tickle
sorely.
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— Keenan Ros
Tanaka
Not reasonable
to be emaciated
totally unsound
To be crazed or demented.
A cuckoo, fool or madman.

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— Lynnette Innocent
Rondelet
Kooky

Mountain pasture,
overcome with admiration.
Mountain pasture,
strictly relative in nature.
Mean absolute deviation,
mutual Assured Destruction.
Mountain pasture.

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— Janna Leopold
Quinzaine
Kooky

Computers can't deal with me.
Do we need bonkers?
Are they mild?

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— Alden Leith
Pi (π)
May I lend a poesy, proclaimed so people might see
Newly exalting overviews, clearly informing, and oh now conveyed free?
Kookie or crazed look way too manifest. But is curious?
Eccentric, crazy? - or crackers, peculiar? Darn! I excluded furious!
I ponder cockamamy and certainly senseless, but frankly ought I
- state meanings so - abstracts crafted from computers spry?
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— Everette Red
Octosyllable
Really flaky and frantic.
But also peaky and antic.
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— Roslyn Silver
Nonet
excessively fond or addicted
overcome with admiration
have a little finger ache
being light or groggy
infatuated
idiotic
pitiful
zany
wild
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— Cyrus Justice
Mirror Cinquain
kooky
crazy, wacky
raving, taking, challenging
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
nutty
anger
furious with rage, terror, or disease
provoking, violating, teasing
crazy, insane
mad
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— Rosalinda Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from West Chazy,
She needed a word for crazy.
      To varnish your cane?
      But then thought insane!
So smart that girl from West Chazy.
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— Rosalyn Valentine
Kural
Buggy, cockamamy, gaga, madman
Nut's haywire crackers

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— Irwin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Certifiable
plenipotentiary
infatuated

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— Ervin Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Infuriating
valetudinarian
imbecility

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— Linnet Benson
Haiku (modern)
Mad, daft, queer and quaint,
wacky, insane, and barmy,
unconventional!

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— Erwin Tate
Gnomic
Being laughable, ludicrous or ridiculous.
Being abnormal, irregular or anomalous.

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— Lynne Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
mad
crazy
eccentric
infatuated
being loony or lunatic

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— Lynda Harvey
Diamante
Kooky
fellow, zany
dawdling, gawking, begging
schmuck, illy ..... varnish, sedateness
smartening, finishing, decorating
quiet, peaceful
staid
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— Belinda Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
kooky
being balmy
do it yourself
being loony or lunatic
crazy

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— Lynn Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
kooky
and broken
by the hoarse
with burst on burst.
loony!

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— Cilla Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
sickly
not sonorous
with evil intention
unfit for human consumption
feeble
somewhat affected with disease
excessively fond of
lacking vigor
poorly
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— Shannon Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Keen
odd
outrageous
kinky
yummy
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— Linda Ramsey
Acrostic - Diagonal
Kinky
Bonkers
Goofy
Cockamamy
Loony
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— Julia Bentley
Acrostic - Suffix
Moonstruck
Cuckoo
Loco
Seasick
Balmy
 
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— Flip Ros

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.