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

 

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

Zedd
Clodhoppingly miserable, poor, pathetic, deplorable or pitiful.
spicy
juicy
gentle
little
execrable
despicable
Certainly not bonny, pleasant, lovely, handsome or beautiful.
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— Aaron Rich
Yoda
Low: Master, can I change?

Important, before this poem you never were!
Despondent, you have been!
High, you are not!
Shy, you will permanently be!

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— Fred Dalton
Xenia Epigram
To low I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like contemptible
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using humble

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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— Harry Humphrey
Waka
Just like the rascals,
they're miserably abject.
Not greatly merry!
Depressed in the scale of sounds.
An impression or imprint.

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— Adam Whitaker
Unitoum
Low

Ground
numb
commencement
slay

numb
impression
slay
kickoff

impression
locate
kickoff
possess

locate
commencement
possess
ground.
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— Justin Hammond
Tanaka
Directed downward
to a limited extent
causing dejection
Being lowly or humble.
Under the usual price.

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— Julie Newton
Rondelet
Low

Good for nothing,
break a rule or regulation.
Good for nothing,
jokes with a double meaning.
Inferior in position,
military installation.
Good for nothing.

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— Ryan Ramsey
Quinzaine
Low

Lows are many subalterns.
Can you believe it?
Are they sharp?

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— Arthur Lambert
Pi (π)
Can I pass a verse, committed so pupils might see
Newly edifying abstracts, briefly nurturing, and oh how imparted free?
Abject or smally feel way too manifest. But is crassly?
Miserable, lower? - or inferior, drearily? Darn! I neglected crossly!
I ponder miserably and certainly dastardly, but plainly ought I
- throw meanings so - innuendos drafted with computers spry?
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— Henry Wade
Octosyllable
Really yellow and floppy.
But also mellow and sloppy.
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— Douglas Reid
Nonet
Being vulgar, coarse, gross, crude or rude
in a unmannerly manner
atmospheric depression
newly opened farmland
ignominious
inferior
menial
abject
vile
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— Marie Austin
Mirror Cinquain
low
feeble, inferior
emitting, beginning, terminating
not rich, high seasoned, or nourishing
depression
slump
a withdrawal, retirement, retraction or fallback
desisting, abstaining, forbearing
hollow, empty
recession
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— Stephanie Berry
Limerick
There was a young boy from Kile,
He needed a word for vile.
      Like haddock pasty?
      But then thought nasty!
That literate lad from Kile.
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— Andrew Hudson
Kural
Impression, patrician, outset, minuscule
Bellow's downcast gutters

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— Stephen Grant
Haiku (terse)
Indelicately
unsophisticatedly
impertinently

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— Steven Harrison
Haiku (3-word)
Incinerating
valetudinarian
partiality

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— Edward Marshall
Haiku (modern)
Lackadaisical!
Churlish, morose, and gloomy,
dully spiritless!

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— Brian Freeman
Gnomic
Mildly, softly or gently.
Trivially, pettily or insignificantly.
Cheekily, impertinently or insolently.
Lazily, sluggishly or indolently.
Richly, plentifully or abundantly.

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— Helen Jordan
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
vile
abject
dastardly
being small or slight

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— Betty Cole
Diamante
Low
utter, puerile
distributing, appearing, announcing
issue, imprint ..... gladness, comfort
cherishing, placating, heartening
tranquil, mild
happy
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— Daniel Hamilton
Cinquain - Phrasal
low
first base
newly opened farmland
deficient in vital energy
abject

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— Jennifer Howard
Cinquain - Expressional
low
the humble
and even gentle
glow with eyes downcast.
feeble!

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— Christopher Henderson
Butterfly Cinquain
nasty
health damaging
with evil intention
strictly relative in nature
dirty
inside the village limits of
morbid recluse person
wholesale business
loathsome
0 0
— Elizabeth Reed
Acrostic - Prefix
 Lowly
obscene
wretched
0 0
— James Harris
Acrostic - Diagonal
Listlessly
Contemptibly
Down
0 0
— Linda Allen

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.