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

Zedd
Securely absurd, laughable, comic, farcical or ridiculous.
pitiful
mirthful
burlesque
grotesque
hilarious
outrageous
But never intelligent, rational, wise, brainy or sagacious.
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— Eleanor Howard
Yoda
Ludicrous: Master, am I unique?

Discerning, once upon a time you never were!
Strong, you have not been!
Ridiculous, you are!
Preposterous, you will ceaselessly be!

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— Lucille Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term ludicrous
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for preposterous

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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— Alexander Foster
Waka
Just like the duffers,
they're ludicrously absurd.
Neither wise nor sane!
Being simple or mawkish.
inspiring scornful pity.

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— Eddie Cooper
Verse (modern)
Ludicrous

Ludicrous rhymes with wondrous, this didactic poem claims, but as rhyming verse, there is nothing more inane.
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— Edwin Marshal
Unitoum
Ludicrous

Wasteland
alter
famine
heighten

alter
ragtime
heighten
blemish

ragtime
practise
blemish
lighten

practise
famine
lighten
wasteland.
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— Pauline Ros
Tanaka
Stupid or silly
one who is always smiling
quite impossible
A waste, rubbish or wasteland.
Being insane or crazy.

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— Charlotte Innocent
Rondelet
Ludicrous

Beloved son,
negative justification.
Beloved son,
a clever or witty person.
To have a burning sensation,
vivid as imagination.
Beloved son.

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— Elaine Leopold
Quinzaine
Ludicrous

They often participate.
Do we need comics?
Are they bright?

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— Ellen Leith
Pi (π)
Can I cast a verse, committed so pupils might see
Fully inviting innuendos, faintly nurturing, and oh but imparted free?
Absurd or stupid feel all too apparent. But is coltish?
Laughable, funny? - or farcical, humorous? Damn! I neglected doltish!
I reckon grotesque and therefore burlesque, but broadly ought I
- found concepts so - abstracts written with equations spry?
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— Sheila Red
Octosyllable
Really foolish and funny.
But also owlish and runny.
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— Shannon Silver
Nonet
Being ridiculous or absurd
strictly relative in nature
complicate complicated
come to an agreement
extraordinary
entertaining
amusing
comic
droll
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— Edith Justice
Mirror Cinquain
ludicrous
ridiculous, absurd
jesting, screaming, gagging
broadly or extravagantly humorous
buffoon
tricker
japanese oriented knowledge engineering/environment for software reuse
kidding, clowning, sneering
playful, jocose
joker
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— Allen Vaughan
Limerick
There was a guy from Greenholly,
He needed a word for drolly.
      Could it be cunny?
      But then thought funny!
So smart that man from Greenholly.
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— Paula Valentine
Kural
Buffoon, joker, funnyman, gun
Revolver's absurd sillies

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— Alan Harding
Haiku (terse)
Extraordinary
unfamiliarity
imaginative

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— Arthur Reagan
Haiku (3-word)
Repudiating
nonrepresentational
invalidity

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— Ryan Charlton
Haiku (modern)
Cute, strange, queer and odd,
funny, foolish, and grotesque,
unreasonable!

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— Adam Stirling
Gnomic
Being incredible, unbelievable or improbable.
Being tremendous, terrific or formidable.

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— Carl Carlisle
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
droll
absurd
laughable
unreasonable
being grotesque or fantastic

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— Carolyn Justice
Diamante
Ludicrous
curious, absurd
jesting, laughing, teasing
joker, funnyman ..... judiciousness, sagacity
devising, creating, contriving
advisable, discreet
sensible
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— Edward Giles
Cinquain - Phrasal
ludicrous
resembling farce
inspiring scornful pity
broadly or extravagantly humorous
absurd

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— Helen Newton
Cinquain - Expressional
ludicrous
and grotesque
tragic amusing serious
in ridiculous matters will.
foolish!

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— Carol Farrell
Butterfly Cinquain
stupid
no expression
devoid of interest
think or work mechanically
silly
one sandwich short of a picnic
under the influence
not sensible
foolish
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— Havel Ramsey
Acrostic - Prefix
 Laughable
unsatisfactory
droll
idiotic
comical
ridiculous
outlandish
unimpressive
silly
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— Barbara Allen
Acrostic - Diagonal
Laughable
Funny
Ridiculous
Comical
Antic
Unimpressive
Hilarious
Grotesque
Senseless
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— Charles Alexander

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.