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

Zedd
Restrainingly solid or concrete.
quiescent
permanent
stable
immovable
Certainly not utter or complete.
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— Lynn Lake
Yoda
Moor: Master, what does the future hold?

A wilderness, you were!
A splice, you have been!
A pinion, you are!
An articulation, you will continually be!

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— Lloyd Rowland
Xenia Epigram
To moor I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like secure
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using procure

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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— Clifford Bentley
Waka
Just like the buttons,
they're successively strapping.
Neither weak nor neat!
To set, clamp, tighten or clench.
A tie, bond, tether or knot.

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— Lesly Noble
Verse (modern)
Moor

Poets who struggle ryhming moor, might want to try using poor.
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— April Conway
Unitoum
Moor

Bindingly
optional
fixedly
casual

optional
rigging
casual
sewing

rigging
practised
sewing
deepened

practised
fixedly
deepened
bindingly.
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— Eva Stafford
Tanaka
Tranquil and quiet
they meant serious business
anchor a vessel
To dabble, drench or moisten.
A tie, tether or pinion.

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— Ethel Whitaker
Rondelet
Moor

To disengage,
make a contract or agreement.
To disengage,
disability percentage.
Fundamental ingredient,
state or provincial parliament.
To disengage!

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— Sylvia Hammond
Quinzaine
Moor

Moslems are many muslims.
Can you believe it?
What are they?

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— Cenek Moss
Pi (π)
Can I give a pulse, committed so crowds might see
Newly edifying abstracts, somehow nurturing, and oh but evermore free?
Fasten or secure look way too manifest. But is binding?
Determine, heath? - or moorland, clipping? Damn! I deserted bonding!
I reason fastening and otherwise attaching, but frankly ought I
- given meanings so - notations written from equations spry?
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— Allen Ramsey
Octosyllable
Really Moorish and muddy.
But also foolish and giddy.
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— Bryan Lambert
Nonet
to be connected or related
to stabilize or to keep still
this gives no reassurance
to respond to something
to stick together
discontinue
apprehend
tighten
catch
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— Alan Neal
Mirror Cinquain
moor
permanent, constant
fastening, securing, attaching
being black, dark-skinned, dark or dark-haired
dock
quay
landing or embarking of passengers and goods
dropping, unloading, providing
soft, tender
wharf
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— Julia Montgomery
Limerick
There was a young gal from Mount Poor,
And she needed a word for moor.
      Like hidden treasure?
      No, it's secure!
So smart that woman from Mount Poor.
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— Marilyn Austin
Kural
Berth, dock, picket, wharf
Anchor's swampy fens

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— Howard Grant
Haiku (terse)
Association
intercommunication
communication

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— Keith Cole
Haiku (3-word)
Consolidating
institutionalizing
emaciated

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— Kelleigh Jordan
Haiku (modern)
Plain, wild, mere and black,
Muslim, barren, and Moresque,
catchingly strapping.

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— Adam Tucker
Gnomic
To arrange, fix or settle.
To derange, perturb or unsettle.

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— Heather Hamilton
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
tie
buckle
wilderness
a champaign or field

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— Joe Howard
Diamante
Moor
wonted, square
assuring, securing, connecting
lace, buttons ..... emancipation, exemption
administering, conveying, allowing
free, loose
disengage
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— Marie Morris
Cinquain - Phrasal
moor
bind off
tranquil and quiet
to append or enclose
berth

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— Joseph Nelson
Cinquain - Expressional
moor
of swamp
set the box
is chosen to begin.
boggy!

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— Brian Stewart
Butterfly Cinquain
fasten
make infertile
take into custody
to batten down an opening
attach
pay into a savings account
preserve the privacy
glue together
connect
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— Maria Allen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Marish
obligatory
open
riveting
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— Mary Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Marsh
Dock
Sloughy
Wharf
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— Linda Lee
Acrostic - Suffix
Confirm
Hallo
Proto
Anchor
 
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— Jennifer Walker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.