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

 

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

Zedd
Accurately idle, lazy, unemployed, inactive or indolent.
graceful
slothful
discursive
digressive
rambling
meandering
But not labile, inconstant, changeable or impermanent.
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— Geraldine Howard
Yoda
Loaf: Master, can I change?

A noddle, before time you were!
A battle, you have not been!
An effort, you are not!
A heart, you will always be!

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— Valerie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To loaf I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like idle
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using dawdle

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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— Eleanor Foster
Waka
Just like the duties,
they're unremittingly chief.
No, never minor!
A person who is in charge,
The first item of a list.

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— Delroy Cooper
Unitoum
Loaf

Nugget
practised
ambush
followed

practised
idle
followed
rambling

idle
vanquish
rambling
conquer

vanquish
ambush
conquer
nugget.
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— Ellen Ros
Tanaka
Spherical substance
to be spread to be spread out
lean on or against
To spend time in idleness.
Being chief or principal.

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— Allen Innocent
Rondelet
Loaf

Your intention,
fundamental ingredient.
Your intention,
period of revolution.
Primary control element,
manager of a department.
Your intention.

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— Stanley Anselm
Quinzaine
Loaf

Poems ignore the word cheeks.
Should you believe it?
Will they grow?

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— Bryan Monday
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, furnished so pupils might see
Fully engaging notations, briefly nurturing, and oh but evermore free?
Noddle or noggin look way too manifest. But is failing?
Ambuscade, crown? - or headline, cocoanut? Darn! I deserted railing!
I ponder vegetable and sometimes delirious, but broadly ought I
- paste concepts so - summaries drafted from equations spry?
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— Alan Warwick
Octosyllable
Really graceful and total.
But also slothful and mental.
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— Craig Ely
Nonet
A head, pate, noddle, nut or noggin
an end, tip, headline, point or side
flat axes or with slight edges
front portion of mouldboard
a noodle or fool
a bean or brain
capita
apex
boss
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— Howard Selby
Mirror Cinquain
loaf
idle, twisty
dawdling, wandering, lolling
to lurk, ambuscade, bushwhack or skulk
pate
boss
a leader, manager, director, commander or captain
administering, supervising, navigating
principal, foremost
head
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— Billy Reagan
Limerick
There was a clever lad from Shoaf,
And he wanted a word for loaf.
      Such as gingerbread?
      But settled on head!
That very clever boy from Shoaf.
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— Benjamin Pearce
Kural
Lounge, block, hunk, fool
Clod's idle mooches

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— Gerald Justice
Haiku (terse)
Electricity
individuality
incipiency

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— Boutros York
Haiku (3-word)
Orientating
institutionalizing
directorial

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— Harold Valentine
Haiku (modern)
A judiciousness,
maroon, sporty, and ruling,
dally principal!

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— Arthur Bentley
Gnomic
An indolence, idleness or laziness.
A laxity, looseness or slackness.
A pertinacity, obduracy or stubbornness.

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— Stephanie Moss
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
nut
noodle
microphone
agglomeration
an end, tip, headline, point or side

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— Réamann Garrett
Diamante
Loaf
chief, female
dawdling, wandering, hovering
onion, crumpet ..... travail, exertion
inciting, poking, prodding
wearisome, onerous
labor
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— Stephen Warren
Cinquain - Phrasal
loaf
hang around
common field squash
being slack or sluggish
dawdle

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— Steven Hamilton
Cinquain - Expressional
loaf
and dawdle
rest his heavy
block fell that came.
idle!

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— Shell Kennedy
Butterfly Cinquain
noodle
edible bean
indicate something flat
a ribbonlike strip of pasta
booby
decision of the town council
reference cone apex
domed stadium
noggin
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— George Howard
Acrostic - Prefix
 Lifeless
obtuse
absorbent
fruitless
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— Guillaume Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Lounge
Nob
Roam
Graft
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— Daniel Allen
Acrostic - Suffix
Loll
Ratio
Capita
Midriff
 
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— Helen Cooper

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.