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

Zedd
Authentically insolent, haughty or arrogant.
damaging
crushing
vexatious
obnoxious
Certainly not ample, detailed or abundant.
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— Bobby Howard
Yoda
Offence: Master, am I wrong?

An apology, you never were!
A delinquency, you have been!
A fortification, you are not!
An infraction, you will eternally be!

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— Marilyn Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term offence
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for insolence

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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— Howard Foster
Waka
Just like the affronts,
they're lethargically rude.
No, never enshrine!
To scorn, despise or disdain.
take unfair advantage of.

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— Aaron Cooper
Verse (modern)
Offence

Let's shoot the poet using offence, as the verse she's writing ends in selfdefence.
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— Nicole Marshal
Unitoum
Offence

Injury
vindicated
guilt
relieved

vindicated
wrong
relieved
calamitous

wrong
protect
calamitous
abduct

protect
guilt
abduct
injury.
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— Benjamin Ros
Tanaka
Sexual assault
virulent condemnation
abusive language
A misdemeanor or breach.
offensive activity.

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— Judith Innocent
Rondelet
Offence

Latent defect,
base of active ingredient.
Latent defect,
an offense to one's self-respect.
Production safety department,
operation and management.
Latent defect.

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— Keith Sloane
Quinzaine
Offence

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they abusive?
Will they jeer?

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— Gerald Bristol
Pi (π)
May I pass a rhyme, delivered so beings might see
Terse defining sentences, usually informing, and oh how bestowed free?
Insult or injury feel way too manifest. But is fitting?
Violation, crime? - or trespass, mischief? Damn! I excluded pitting!
I wonder offensive and certainly onslaught, but rightly ought I
- given concepts so - abstracts written with computers spry?
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— Justin Charlton
Octosyllable
Really wrongful and lurid.
But also sinful and hybrid.
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— Jonathan Bartholomew
Nonet
A fault, guilt, error, mistake or lapse
downward leg of trajectory
early part of the flight path
incoherence of thoughts
mortification
delinquency
injury
insult
tort
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— Julie Ritchie
Mirror Cinquain
offence
contemptuous, abusive
encroaching, disobeying, contravening
a crime, misdemeanour, sin, misdemeanor or delinquency
insult
affront
having little substance or significance
ignoring, flouting, overlooking
light, small
slight
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— Alys Justice
Limerick
There was a young gal from Mireed,
She wanted a word for misdeed.
      Like optimus prime?
      But settled on crime!
So smart that lady from Mireed.
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— Douglas Stafford
Kural
Affront, insult, error, delinquency
Guilt's pallid indelicacies

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— Marie Rich
Haiku (terse)
Impermissible
artificiality
immorality

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— Deborah Wade
Haiku (3-word)
Depreciating
institutionalizing
diabolical

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— Cynthia Goodwin
Haiku (modern)
A powerlessness,
evil liabilities,
guiltily scathing.

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— Martha Maxwell
Gnomic
An infringement, violation or contravention.
A disobedience, contumacy or insubordination.
A malediction, execration or imprecation.
A sacrilege, desecration or profanation.
A part, piece or portion.

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— Sarah Garrett
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
crime
affront
infringement
mortification

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— Donna Harvey
Diamante
Offence
wrong, vice
failing, sinning, charging
misdeed, delinquency ..... vindication, excuse
condoning, justifying, relieving
faithful, artless
defense
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— Donald Oliver
Cinquain - Phrasal
offence
sexual assault
low pressure area
a misdemeanor or breach
affront

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— Lisa Kennedy
Cinquain - Expressional
offence
and scandal
during the invasion
was an unprecedented outrage.
slight!

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— Betty Arnold
Butterfly Cinquain
outrage
make furious
a disgraceful event
rules of arbitrary nature
insult
strike with disgust or revulsion
negative side effect
surprise greatly
affront
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— Maria Jordan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Offensive
filthy
foul
evil
nonchalant
contemptuous
excess
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— Mary Walker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Onset
Affront
Infraction
Rape
Delinquency
Shortcoming
Misdemeanor
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— John Hall
Acrostic - Suffix
Delicto
Mischief
Gaff
Irreverence
Violation
Apoplectic
Rape
 
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— Elizabeth Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.