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

Zedd
Conclusively discordant or inconsistent.
detesting
disgusting
detestable
unpalatable
Certainly not successive or subsequent.
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— Reba Howard
Yoda
Loathing: Master, am I weary?

An abomination, before this poem you were!
A fascination, you have not been!
A repugnance, you are!
An indifference, you will unendingly be!

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— Rebekah Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word loathing
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for dreading

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Billie Foster
Waka
Every sickness
can be nauseatingly
disagreeable.
Being damn, damning or damned.
An execration or curse.

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— Marla Cooper
Verse (modern)
Loathing

If loathing is rarely in verse, then seething may have been the curse!
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— Guifré Marshal
Unitoum
Loathing

Curse
put
dread
spend

put
bane
spend
awe

bane
wait
awe
fend

wait
dread
fend
curse.
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— Mona Ros
Tanaka
Dislike intensely
to bear somebody a grudge
be abhorrent of
To annoy, irk or bother.
wicked or vicious person.

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— Marianne Innocent
Rondelet
Loathing

Reverse movement,
bacterial transformation.
Reverse movement,
editorial management.
Political revolution,
put under an obligation.
Reverse movement.

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— Mamie Leopold
Quinzaine
Loathing

God loves abominations!
Are they disgusting?
Will they tire?

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— Maryann Leith
Pi (π)
May I fake a meter, furnished so beings might see
Fully cheerful abstracts, proudly informing, and oh how evermore free?
Nausea or loathe feel all too apparent. But is bugging?
Revulsion, abhor? - or aversion, distaste? Damn! I excluded bulging!
I reason abominate and certainly repulsion, but happily ought I
- given meanings so - notations fetched with equations spry?
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— Carlton Red
Octosyllable
Really boring and dreary.
But also vexing and weary.
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— Molly Silver
Nonet
A conflict, disagreement or clash
irreconcilability
unacceptability
nonuniformity
abomination
antipathy
aversion
disgust
feud
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— Velma Justice
Mirror Cinquain
loathing
abhorrent, repugnant
hating, abhorring, despising
a grudge, rancour, spite, resentment or malice
nausea
abhorrence
an abomination, revulsion, horror, detestation or odium
loathing, abhorring, displeasing
sicken, wicked
disgust
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— Miriam Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Mount Terror,
She needed a word for horror.
      Like his eminence?
      Or abhorrence!
So smart that girl from Mount Terror.
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— Leah Valentine
Kural
Dislike, contempt, aversion, mockery
Hat's weary depreciates

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— Jordan Harding
Haiku (terse)
Abomination
heterogeneity
indisposition

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— Maureen Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Abominating
supererogatory
denunciation

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— Minnie Benson
Haiku (modern)
It is hard to rile,
Oh brother, it really hates!
Let's depreciate!

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— Marlene Tate
Gnomic
The act of despising, disdaining or scorning.
The act of forbearing, abstaining or refraining.

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— Wilma Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
hat
dislike
mockery
abomination

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— Marion Harvey
Diamante
Loathing
fierce, ferocious
hating, flouting, refusing
keck, scorn ..... hallow, honor
glorifying, dignifying, dedicating
famous, chaste
revere
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— Chile Mo
Cinquain - Phrasal
loathing
drive back
turn the stomach
a grudge or jaundice
sicken

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— Marie Willis
Cinquain - Expressional
loathing
such contempt
bordering to disgust
easily mingles with fear.
grudging!

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— Marilyn Charlton
Butterfly Cinquain
contempt
be mistaken
feeling sorrow about
defamation of character
disdain
is not a thing to be despised
the act of despising
discount prices
scornful
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— Ruth Kennedy
Acrostic - Prefix
 Loath
objectionable
abhorrent
tired
hateful
inconsistent
nauseating
gruesome
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— Mary Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Leech
Horror
Anathematising
Distastefully
Filth
Spurning
Condemnation
Wearying
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— Guillaume Jordan

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.