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

Zedd
Definitively pathetic, pitiful or parched.
pleasant
brilliant
fantastic
sympathetic
But neither silent, speechless nor mute.
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— Molly Howard
Yoda
Moth: Master, am I geometrid?

A helminth, you were!
A wrath, you have been!
An artificer, you are!
A bandleader, you will continually be!

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— Belinda Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To moth I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like gelechiid
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using lymantriid

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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— Austin Foster
Waka
Just like the pretties,
they're substantially bonny.
Neither rude nor gross!
Capital of a nation,
aesthetically pleasing.

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— Miriam Cooper
Verse (modern)
Moth

My favorite word that rhymes with moth is cloth.
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— Naomi Marshal
Unitoum
Moth

Blanket
hidden
mantle
guarded

hidden
flagrant
guarded
carping

flagrant
enter
carping
strengthen

enter
mantle
strengthen
blanket.
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— Hugh Ros
Tanaka
Brown China mark moth
lepidopterous insect
irregular curve
A ferry or ferryboat.
lepidopterous insect.

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— Marian Innocent
Rondelet
Moth

Weighting function,
collateral security.
Weighting function,
packaging and presentation.
Acknowledge viability,
third party liability.
Weighting function.

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— Marlene Leopold
Quinzaine
Moth

Dandies are many boyfriends.
Can you believe it?
Are they neat?

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— Maureen Leith
Pi (π)
May I pass a verse, proclaimed so people might see
Terse cheerful innuendos, visibly imparting, and oh but bestowed free?
Nitwit or miller feel all too manifest. But is slicker?
Geometrid, inset? - or bookworm, throttle? Damn! I neglected sticker!
I reason craftsman and similarly dramatist, but rightly ought I
- given meanings so - summaries fetched with computers spry?
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— Eileen Red
Octosyllable
Really fleeting and roguish.
But also baffling and skittish.
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— Gene Silver
Nonet
an insect that eats up resources
appropriate waste container
insects which eat into cloth
tip plate butterfly valve
a sticker or dope
parking ticket
wring burner
bookworm
mask
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— Marion Justice
Mirror Cinquain
moth
fitful, capricious
squeezing, extorting, applying
being funny, amusing, comic, humorous or ludicrous
chameleon
vane
in the direction from which wind comes
shifting, changing, bunting
fickle, changeable
weathercock
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— Gordon Vaughan
Limerick
There was a clever girl from Roth,
And she needed a word for moth.
      Like cherry picker?
      But then thought sticker!
That literate woman from Roth.
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— Lynn Valentine
Kural
Worm, helminth, mildew, fungus
Rust's geometrid playwrights

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— Oscar Harding
Haiku (terse)
Asphyxiating
accelerator pedal
extenuating

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— Dawn Oz
Haiku (3-word)
Anticipating
valetudinarian
invalidity

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— Rhonda Benson
Haiku (modern)
A convolvulus,
fantastic, and fabulous,
dandies and scabies.

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— Lesly Tate
Gnomic
Being innocent, guiltless or blameless.
Being futile, useless or fruitless.

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— Philip Austen
Fib (Fibonacci)
An
owl
bookworm
crackerjack
a sticker or dope

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— Bonnie Ros
Diamante
Moth
robust, intense
cherishing, secreting, preserving
armor, shelter ..... blossom, flower
prospering, fructifying, germinating
tender, lamer
unfold
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— Howard Warwick
Cinquain - Phrasal
moth
clothes moth
person who reads
a button or arrowhead
scholastic

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— Marie Austin
Cinquain - Expressional
moth
to hide
it or cover
him with her protection.
blinding!

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— Evelyn Keegan
Butterfly Cinquain
inset
butterfly nut
magnetic tape cartridge
appropriate waste container
gusset
funnel for water disposal
round of ammunition
enclosure slip
inclose
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— Sarah Hudson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Mischievous
open-hearted
tacky
hideous
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— Mary Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Mildew
Worm
Artificer
Itch
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— Linda Foster
Acrostic - Suffix
Worm
Mosquito
Blight
Helminth
 
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— Maria Grant

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.