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

Zedd
Authoritatively common, frequent, general, ordinary or plebeian.
rueful
doleful
miserable
lamentable
piteous
lugubrious
No, never simple, unaffected, mere, unsophisticated or artless.
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— Judith Howard
Yoda
Moll: Master, can I ever change?

A type, before time you never were!
A nape, you have been!
A prostitute, you are!
A CYPRIOTE, you will always be!

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— Cheryl Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To moll I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like streetwalker
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using hooker

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Jean Foster
Waka
Just like the sweepstakes,
they're caustically acrid.
Neither weak nor bland!
Being smart, snappy or shrewd.
tasting sour like a lemon.

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— Evelyn Cooper
Verse (modern)
Moll

If you need a rhyme for moll, you'll eventually find dahl.
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— Gloria Marshal
Unitoum
Moll

Cock
droop
bird
oust

droop
shaft
oust
tool

shaft
put
tool
grow

put
bird
grow
cock.
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— Doris Ros
Tanaka
Woman of the streets
anything meretricious
confidence trickster
A wench, girl, maid, gal or teen.
english theologian.

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— Frances Innocent
Rondelet
Moll

Son of a bitch,
interruption of transmission.
Son of a bitch,
to raise above the proper pitch.
Notes of small denomination,
aircraft Identification.
Son of a bitch.

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— Marie Leopold
Quinzaine
Moll

Sweepstakes are several bets.
Honestly, are they?
Can they draw?

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— Martha Leith
Pi (π)
Can I show a meter, proclaimed so people might see
Newly pleasant notations, proudly nurturing, and oh yet evermore free?
Floozy or hooker seem all too apparent. But is banding?
Courtesan, whore? - or strumpet, mistress? Oops! I neglected binding!
I reckon inamorata and similarly miserable, but rightly ought I
- state concepts oh - allusions written from equations spry?
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— Pamela Red
Octosyllable
Really doleful and burly.
But also rueful and girly.
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— Virginia Silver
Nonet
horizontal section of a form
a felon or malefactor
parliamentary party
electrical network
inamorata
reticulum
harlotry
floozy
tart
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— Rebecca Justice
Mirror Cinquain
moll
drab, broad
grouping, meshing, intertwining
a trollop, prostitute, streetwalker, cocotte or bawd
hooker
prostitute
being lascivious, lubricious, salacious, prurient or lewd
debauching, misdirecting, contaminating
contrite, blue
whore
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— Anna Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Josie,
She wanted a word for floosie.
      Could it be dooker?
      But then thought hooker!
So smart that lady from Josie.
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— Amy Valentine
Kural
Prostitute, mistress, strumpet, harlot
Felon's shabby wives

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— Melissa Harding
Haiku (terse)
Investigator
conscientious objector
individual

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— Ruth Ros
Haiku (3-word)
Acidifying
individualizing
acrimonious

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— Laura Mo
Haiku (modern)
An adulteress,
instant, minor, and shabby,
monochromatic!

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— Kevin Ace
Gnomic
An acidity, tartness or sourness.
A foulness, dirtiness or filthiness.

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— Carol Leith
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
tart
floozy
prostitute
inamorata
a felon or malefactor

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— Helen Cherry
Diamante
Moll
kittenish, beauteous
parlaying, verifying, substantiating
cheese, gage ..... class, type
transcribing, characterizing, casting
open, unsettled
description
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— Karen Baldwin
Cinquain - Phrasal
moll
fancy woman
arrangement in groups
a streetwalker or strumpet
prostitute

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— Maria Garrett
Cinquain - Expressional
moll
or cake
and pie is
sharp enough you will.
pungent!

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— Nancy Love
Butterfly Cinquain
mistress
fancy woman
chief petty officer
common yellow underwing moth
madam
goods bought cheaply by trickery
a woman schoolteacher
sporting lady
lover
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— David Tucker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Minor
Hooker
Felon
Girl
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— John Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Madam
Pro
Girl
Criminal
 
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— Barbara Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.