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

Zedd
Precipitously keen or penetrating.
horned
spavined
serrated
perforated
No, never smashing or crushing.
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— Eugene Kemp
Yoda
Pierce: Master, what does the future hold?

An orifice, in every other way you were!
A paracentesis, you have been!
An aperture, you are!
A rupture, you will constantly be!

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— Howard Mckenzie
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term pierce
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for force

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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— Jeremy Osborne
Waka
An alveolus
that is penetratingly
illegitimate.
To aim at a point or mark.
A tang, shank, stalk or scampi.

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— Adam Hammond
Verse (modern)
Pierce

Too few verses find a rhyme with pierce, especially knowning there is fierce.
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— Kelleigh Malone
Unitoum
Pierce

Cuttingly
moderate
bitterly
affable

moderate
gravity
affable
temperance

gravity
dramatized
temperance
fortified

dramatized
bitterly
fortified
cuttingly.
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— Janice Thornton
Tanaka
Boil vigorously
to give other instructions
realize fully
To gather, collect or reap.
a basketball maneuver.

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— Judith Moss
Rondelet
Pierce

Make understand,
arrive at a resolution.
Make understand,
push another's neck with one's hand.
Interruption of transmission,
to go into operation.
Make understand.

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— Jean Benson
Quinzaine
Pierce

Renegades is a rare word.
Have they recanted?
Can they cleave?

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— Justin Hardy
Pi (π)
Can I pass a verse, committed so pupils might see
Fully pleasing sentences, briefly educating, and oh but divulged free?
Broach or impale feel all too manifest. But is rapping?
Perforate, prick? - or transfix, puncture? Damn! I deserted tapping!
I wonder penetrate and therefore introduce, but broadly ought I
- crank meanings so - abstracts written with equations spry?
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— Jonathan Fletcher
Octosyllable
Really leaky and boring.
But also squeaky and roving.
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— Jack Lambert
Nonet
a thread for stringing holed copper coins
wooden or rubber stamp or seal
a drill, trepan or drilling
house longicorn beetle
give an injection
to perforate
penetrate
transfix
pick
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— Juan Neal
Mirror Cinquain
pierce
tusked, horned
inserting, entering, hurling
move or affect deeply or sharply
stick
bite
or drugs; or you have been swindled
fastening, joining, adhering
detached, immobile
stuck
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— Joe Wade
Limerick
There was a young girl from Pierce,
She needed a word for fierce.
      Could it be serpent?
      No, it's violent!
That literate gal from Pierce.
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— Hrothgar Garrett
Kural
Prick, stick, wound, riddle
Force's lame presidents

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— Arthur Harvey
Haiku (terse)
Investigating
disagreeable person
overestimate

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— Joshua Grant
Haiku (3-word)
Abbreviating
latitudinarian
paracentesis

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— Jerry Hudson
Haiku (modern)
Pink, keen, sore and clear,
hollow, tattered, and roving,
wrongly divergent!

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— Amanda Elliott
Gnomic
An infringement, violation or contravention.
A calumny, libel or defamation.

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— Gregory Mason
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
pick
transfix
perforate
interpenetrate

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— Jessica Tucker
Diamante
Pierce
cruel, nasty
perforating, rankling, injuring
prick, stab ..... mark, stamp
accentuating, denouncing, discovering
noble, splendid
seal
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— Brian Cole
Cinquain - Phrasal
pierce
push upward
go through one
as a pointed instrument
cut

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— Havel Foster
Cinquain - Expressional
pierce
or understand
the question too
much chagrin cut short.
invading!

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— Kenneth Wallace
Butterfly Cinquain
open
not literal
collection of liquid
beverages distilled from flowers
candid
cutting without stock removal
not freezing severely
control surface
honest
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— Christopher Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Penetrate
Riddle
Keenly
Sharply
Broach
Distressingly
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— Barbara Nelson
Acrostic - Suffix
Nip
Ennui
Penetrate
Shatter
Caustic
Gore
 
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— Joseph Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.