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

 

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

Zedd
Brusquely cavalier, arrogant or supercilious.
insouciant
nonchalant
improvised
unrehearsed
Certainly not diligent, assiduous or studious.
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— Cathy Howard
Yoda
Offhand: Master, was I ever unprepared?

Improvisatory, in every other way you were!
Rough-and-ready, you have been!
Present, you are!
Current, you will constantly be!

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— Valerie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To offhand I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like insouciant
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using nonchalant

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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— Lucille Foster
Waka
Just like the backwoods,
they're summarily abrupt.
Neither bland nor suave!
An accompanist or berm.
Being abrupt or sudden.

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— Clara Cooper
Verse (modern)
Offhand

If offhand is in your poetry, then consider using firsthand, its simply geometry.
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— April Marshal
Unitoum
Offhand

Immediately
complaisant
promptly
affable

complaisant
flop
affable
meal

flop
occurred
meal
narrated

occurred
promptly
narrated
immediately.
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— Pauline Ros
Tanaka
The tang dynasty
markedly conspicuous
all of a sudden
A turnout, shunt or garfish.
Being rugged or craggy.

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— Bradley Innocent
Rondelet
Offhand

Against the grain,
notes of small denomination.
Against the grain,
common-emitter current gain.
Interruption of transmission,
having a sharp inclination.
Against the grain.

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— Bryan Leopold
Quinzaine
Offhand

Shorts are many cholerics.
Can you believe it?
Are they brief?

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— Paula Ace
Pi (π)
Can I make a pulse, disclosed so beings might see
Newly exalting innuendos, briefly imparting, and oh now imparted free?
Abrupt or casual look way too manifest. But is lightly?
Impromptu, short? - or cavalier, abruptly? Oops! I deserted sightly!
I reason extempore and therefore brusquely, but frankly ought I
- state concepts so - summaries drafted with computers spry?
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— Julia Merton
Octosyllable
Really haughty and reckless.
But also naughty and feckless.
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— Kathryn Ros
Nonet
Being disdainful or dismissive
without further ceremony
indifferent as to which
uncomplimentary
extemporary
extempore
casual
hasty
rude
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— Howard Leopold
Mirror Cinquain
offhand
abrupt, brusque
improvising, scratching, bumbling
without previous thought or preparation
scratch
rasp
a hearth, fireplace, furnace, fireside or firebox
scraping, genuflecting, kowtowing
nice, weak
grate
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— Aaron Leith
Limerick
There was a young gal from Durupt,
She needed a word for abrupt.
      Like rolling the dough?
      But settled on rough!
So smart that woman from Durupt.
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— Kathy Charlton
Kural
Straightway, bluff, ad-lib, knockabout
Unbidden's extemporary quicklies

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— Adam Read
Haiku (terse)
Immediately
extemporaneously
inconsiderate

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— Arthur Gay
Haiku (3-word)
Extemporising
recapitulatory
informality

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— Mildred Lake
Haiku (modern)
Brusque, rude, short and curt,
sharp, sheer, slack, slight, smart, sour, stark,
rough, harsh, crude, abrupt.

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— Katherine Sinclair
Gnomic
Negligently, carelessly or heedlessly.
Inconsiderately, rashly or thoughtlessly.

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— Catherine Valentine
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
brusque
reckless
impromptu
extemporary
being effortless or easy

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— Jerry Osborne
Diamante
Offhand
promiscuous, occasional
incising, erasing, nullifying
scratch, straightway ..... kind, circumspection
instructing, enjoining, allaying
humane, benign
attentive
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— Gregory Moss
Cinquain - Phrasal
offhand
not thorough
before too long
being abrupt or sudden
curt

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— Brian Reid
Cinquain - Expressional
offhand
or sudden
transformation surprised many
cases scattered through periodical.
precipitous!

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— Kathleen Baldwin
Butterfly Cinquain
snappy
very active
smart and fashionable
interruption of transmission
racy
dynamics of a document
quick and energetic
concluding piece
sprightly
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— Karen Freeman
Acrostic - Diagonal
Occasional
Effortless
Informal
Right
Casual
Fooling
Unguarded
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— Jennifer Howard
Acrostic - Suffix
Touch-and-go
Gruff
Bluff
Rough
Candida
Unwritten
Improvised
 
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— Christopher Hamilton

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.