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

Zedd
Purposelessly cracking or gaping.
abortive
sportive
useless
needless
Certainly not following or ensuing.
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— Vanda Howard
Yoda
Portico: Master, what is in store for me?

An arcade, you were!
A colonnade, you have been!
A balcony, you are!
A gallery, you will continually be!

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— Bethel Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To portico I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like arcade
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using colonnade

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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— Chelsie Foster
Waka
Just like the riches,
they're opportunely obese.
Neither sad nor grim!
In a fat or stout manner.
Being replete or solid.

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— Aura Cooper
Unitoum
Portico

Passage
worried
lobby
ruffled

worried
cool
ruffled
mild

cool
dang
mild
gnaw

dang
lobby
gnaw
passage.
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— Bent Ros
Tanaka
Measure word for long
circulating medium
transfer of training
A path, walkway or pathway.
An admittance or approach.

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— Cristobal Innocent
Rondelet
Portico

Screen density,
electrical service entrance.
Screen density,
window of opportunity.
Somebody who feigns reluctance,
to assume airs of importance.
Screen density.

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— Vonda Leopold
Quinzaine
Portico

Porches are many lobbies.
Can you believe it?
Are they wide?

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— Amparo Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a rhyme, disclosed so beings might see
Newly pleasant summaries, plainly informing, and oh yet revealed free?
Arcade or portal feel way too absolute. But is portage?
Colonnade, porch? - or corridor, entrance? Darn! I deserted postage!
I ponder vestibule and similarly peristyle, but rightly ought I
- found meanings so - allusions drafted with equations spry?
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— Lawanda Red
Octosyllable
Really fruitless and needless.
But also useless and aimless.
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— Ezra Silver
Nonet
An antechamber or anteroom
managerial employee
entry of a procedure
temporary structure
bearing carrier
input process
admission
gateway
mouth
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— Nita Justice
Mirror Cinquain
portico
fruitless, useless
stooping, awning, lobbying
an entrance, door, doorway, entry or gateway
arcade
aisle
the opening through which a ship is boarded
passing, walking, elapsing
close, narrow
gangway
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— Bernadine Vaughan
Limerick
There was a clever girl from Poarch,
And she needed a word for porch.
      She thought of a mule,
      Or vestibule!
That very clever girl from Poarch.
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— Bernardo Valentine
Kural
Arcade, entrance, veranda, corridor
Balcony's sportive lips

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— Ursula Harding
Haiku (terse)
Ambulatory
semicircular canal
possibility

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— Kristopher Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Appreciating
individualistic
adiposity

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— Amos Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes some loggias,
Basically overhung.
Lips and vestibules.

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— Marta Tate
Gnomic
A commencement, outset or inception.
An amusement, diversion or recreation.
An enchantment, glamour or fascination.

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— Chelsea Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
porch
arcade
colonnade
an inlet or bay

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— Bernadette Harvey
Diamante
Portico
open, esophageal
elapsing, departing, starting
alleyway, passageway ..... bedroom, council
sitting, quartering, advising
joint, mutual
chamber
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— Arturo Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
portico
middle room
pallet fork entry
a gallery or balcony
veranda

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— Bernard Bentley
Cinquain - Expressional
portico
or entrance
the exquisite structure
while also providing access.
flat!

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— Byron Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
shelter
go underground
effective focal spot
depth of navigable channel
refuge
to guard by interposition
in several countries
trade protection
covert
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— Wanda Stafford
Acrostic - Prefix
 Projected
outgoing
reprocessing
trellised
incoming
carry-over
outermost
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— Christopher Hall
Acrostic - Diagonal
Propylon
Corridor
Veranda
Mouth
Orifice
Baldachin
Trapdoor
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— Martha Wade
Acrostic - Suffix
Stoop
Patio
Corridor
Inlet
Lanai
Acoustic
Go
 
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— Arthur Osborne

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.