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

Zedd
Inexpensively troubled, worried, careworn or unquiet.
jazzy
dizzy
bustling
puzzling
vociferous
boisterous
No, never enjoyable, agreeable, congenial or likeable.
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— Harry Christmas
Yoda
Pother: Master, who will I become?

An ado, you were!
A hullabaloo, you have been!
A flutter, you are!
A shudder, you will continually be!

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— Adam Keegan
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term pother
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for bother

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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— Kelleigh Selby
Waka
Frequently, it is
a higgledy-piggledy
disorderliness.
To make a bustle or stir.
Being roaring or whirring.

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— Janice Ash
Verse (modern)
Pother

If you need a rhyme for pother, you'll eventually find Rother.
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— Judith Silver
Unitoum
Pother

Flap
cheer
whine
greet

cheer
din
greet
row

din
heal
row
send

heal
whine
send
flap.
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— Joan Carlisle
Tanaka
Logic addition
to disconcert a person
job occupation
To engage in noisy sport.
A blackmail or extortion.

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— Keith Vaughan
Rondelet
Pother

Sea of troubles,
superfluous and confusing.
Sea of troubles,
fastidiousness over trifles.
Keep someone from doing something,
jokes with a double meaning.
Sea of troubles.

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— Gloria Harding
Quinzaine
Pother

Snubbed by computer programs.
Have they exulted?
Can they splay?

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— Jonathan York
Pi (π)
May I pass a rhyme, committed so pupils might see
Fully defining innuendos, vaguely informing, and oh now revealed free?
Uproar or hubbub feel all too absolute. But is clutter?
Commotion, noise? - or rowdyism, upheaval? Damn! I excluded flutter!
I reason fussiness and similarly agitation, but rightly ought I
- given meanings so - allusions fetched from equations spry?
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— Jack Malone
Octosyllable
Really crevassed and tangled.
But also depressed and jumbled.
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— Juan Thornton
Nonet
A row, scandal, rowdyism or blare
a fluster, flurry or flutter
flee to another country
alarms and excursions
a roar or whopper
hullabaloo
a bustle
uproar
fuss
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— Diane Tate
Mirror Cinquain
pother
clamorous, strident
harassing, molesting, persecuting
to make a blustering ineffectual effort
fuss
uproar
distort the information carried by the signal
contemplating, pondering, speculating
vociferous, boisterous
noise
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— Douglas Benson
Limerick
There was a young boy from Sardum,
He wanted a word for dirdum.
      Such as stretch leather?
      But then thought pother!
That literate boy from Sardum.
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— Marie Hardy
Kural
Flap, bustle, trouble, plague
Dither's tizzy fracas

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— Amanda Lambert
Haiku (terse)
Pandemonium
companionability
vociferation

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— Jessica Elliott
Haiku (3-word)
Expostulating
institutionalizing
disobedient

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— Gregory Harvey
Haiku (modern)
An untidiness,
worried, ragged, and muddy,
disorderliness.

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— Joshua Neal
Gnomic
A mutiny, rebellion or insurrection.
An annoyance, vexation or irritation.
A vacillation, fluctuation or oscillation.

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— Deborah Fox
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
row
hubbub
commotion
pandemonium
a fluster, flurry or flutter

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— Shell Hudson
Diamante
Pother
sore, queasy
embroiling, discomposing, teasing
trouble, tumult ..... repose, equanimity
assuaging, allaying, composing
quiescent, immovable
serenity
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— Kenneth Ellis
Cinquain - Phrasal
pother
move noisily
hurry of spirits
to harass and perplex
bother

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— Maria Bennett
Cinquain - Expressional
pother
and bustle
of excitement incident
produced an extraordinary effect.
extra!

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— Havel Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
ferment
make uniform
method of reasoning
mycosis or yeast infection
tumult
outer ball guide of the bearing
low pressure area
civil unrest
pother
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— Jennifer Howard
Acrostic - Prefix
 Painful
open
tizzy
hinder
erotic
ragged
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— Mary Jackson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Plague
Bother
Dither
Fight
Shiver
Clamorous
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— John Allen
Acrostic - Suffix
Flap
Ado
Beat
Crash
Plague
Shiver
 
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— Barbara Nelson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.