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

 

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

Zedd
Speckly voluminous, wholesale or full.
carding
pigging
extensive
comprehensive
Rarely dingy, stupid, imbecilic or dull.
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— Jacob Howard
Yoda
Mop: Master, am I unique?

A collision, before creation you were!
An indentation, you have been!
A tappet, you are!
An overcoat, you will unendingly be!

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— Cenek Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To mop I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like flush
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using brush

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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— Edna Foster
Waka
You are sweepingly,
and internationally
curvilinear.
To scan, scour, explore or browse.
An apex, peak, point or tip.

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— Stanley Cooper
Verse (modern)
Mop

Ending a couplet paired with mop? You may find a need for op!
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— Jimmy Marshal
Unitoum
Mop

Broom
reduced
touch
liberated

reduced
clean
liberated
polish

clean
wither
polish
undo

wither
touch
undo
broom.
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— Flip Ros
Tanaka
Point the direction
jostle and hit each other
border area
To scan, scour, explore or browse.
An apex, peak, point or tip.

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— Julia Innocent
Rondelet
Mop

Chicken hearted,
microscopic preparation.
Chicken hearted,
to become sophisticated.
Free from sepsis or infection,
rub with a circular motion.
Chicken hearted.

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— Kathryn Leopold
Quinzaine
Mop

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they overstrung?
Will they feign?

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— Howard Leith
Pi (π)
Can I make a poesy, committed so pupils might see
Terse exalting abstracts, somehow nurturing, and oh now revealed free?
Duster or carbon look way too apparent. But is feather?
Hairbrush, broom? - or squeegee, irritate? Oops! I neglected leather!
I ponder dishcloth and otherwise Schneider, but plainly ought I
- state concepts so - allusions drafted with equations spry?
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— Beverly Balfour
Octosyllable
Really busy and chubby.
But also lousy and shabby.
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— Theresa Milburn
Nonet
A duster, cloth, chiffon or dishcloth
a rag, clout, scrap, voucher or lint
a purge, cleansing or cleanup
a riddle, screen or sieve
a broom or besom
last bus or train
contact brush
wiper
swab
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— Kathy Morley
Mirror Cinquain
mop
full, plump
scouring, laundering, cleansing
a wiper, brush, hairbrush, plaice or carbon
broom
strumpet
a hairbrush, carbon, sweeper or paintbrush
whisking, brushing, scouring
drab, tartar
besom
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— Adam Ridley
Limerick
There was a lad from New Piper,
He wanted a word for wiper.
      He thought of a bush,
      But settled on brush!
So smart that lad from New Piper.
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— Kelleigh Ash
Kural
Swab, broom, pout, whip
Dab's full tresses

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— Katherine Sinclair
Haiku (terse)
Lackadaisical
Jerusalem artichoke
perspicuity

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— Alys Gill
Haiku (3-word)
Overpowering
individualizing
decipherable

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— Julie Bentley
Haiku (modern)
Clean, dry, black and full,
antic, yellow, and funky,
lackadaisical!

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— Jack Hartley
Gnomic
A raiser, lifter or elevator.
An explorer, prober or investigator.
A manager, handler or operator.

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— Diane Osborne
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
cloth
duster
dishtowel
articulation
a rag, clout, scrap, voucher or lint

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— Arthur Maxwell
Diamante
Mop
whole, good
wiping, obliterating, abrading
swab, scrub ..... base, germ
committing, posing, shewing
ugly, vulgar
dirty
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— Boutros Riley
Cinquain - Phrasal
mop
contact arm
piece of cloth
a dishcloth or dishtowel
cam

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— Shirley Jordan
Cinquain - Expressional
mop
or brush
could scrub away
the broom as gently.
full!

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— Pamela Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
cleansing
dirt removal
act of vindication
municipal sewage system
scouring
acting like an antiseptic
attend to the matter
dressing table
bathing
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— George Cole
Acrostic - Prefix
 Moped
objectionable
plump
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— James Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Mow
Pout
Wipe
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— Christopher Walker
Acrostic - Suffix
Broom
Do
Pip
 
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— Karen Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.