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

 

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

Zedd
Fixedly pale, white, unvarnished, achromatic or colourless.
rutting
blazing
potted
socketed
troubled
unsettled
Rarely unalterable, unchangeable, immutable or changeless.
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— Loretta Howard
Yoda
Pothole: Master, can the world change me?

A channel, you were!
A kettle, you have been!
A dimple, you are!
A barrel, you will continually be!

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— Holly Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term pothole
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for chuckhole

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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— Stacy Foster
Waka
Frequently, it is
an infinitesimal
superficies.
To ditch, trench, furrow or drain.
A chasm, precipice or gulf.

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— Jorge Cooper
Verse (modern)
Pothole

Let's shoot the poet using pothole, as the verse she's writing ends in posthole.
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— Dean Marshal
Unitoum
Pothole

Quarry
differed
socket
varied

differed
grave
varied
twin

grave
fill
twin
cram

fill
socket
cram
quarry.
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— Lorraine Ros
Tanaka
Roller impression
channel for irrigation
boil vigorously
To stamp, label or trademark.
A vacancy or pokey.

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— Lauren Innocent
Rondelet
Pothole

Die cavity,
therapeutic indication.
Die cavity,
feeling of solidarity.
Caesarean operation,
notes of small denomination.
Die cavity.

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— Lesly Leopold
Quinzaine
Pothole

Potholes are several mounds.
Are they insensate?
Do you care?

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— Chile Leith
Pi (π)
Can I make a poesy, proclaimed so pupils might see
Newly defining abstracts, forever informing, and oh yet conveyed free?
Cavity or potted feel way too apparent. But is crinkle?
Washbasin, basin? - or potation, lavatory? Darn! I deserted wrinkle!
I reason concavity and therefore casserole, but frankly ought I
- blurt concepts so - summaries fetched from computers spry?
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— Josephine Red
Octosyllable
Really outworn and fatty.
But also suborn and spotty.
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— Sylvia Perce
Nonet
A bowl, cup, basin, dish or ewer
outer ball guide of the bearing
economic depression
undermining scouring
valve spring retainer
lavatory
cavity
pelvis
hole
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— Glenn Bristol
Mirror Cinquain
pothole
hollow, concave
scouring, opening, fissuring
waters under the action of wheel loads
depression
slump
a withdrawal, retirement, retraction or fallback
desisting, abstaining, forbearing
hollow, empty
recession
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— Cenek Keegan
Limerick
There was a young girl from North Pole,
And she wanted a word for hole.
      Like going mining?
      No, it's opening!
That literate girl from North Pole.
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— Antonio Kingsley
Kural
Hole, pit, cavern, furrow
Groove's concave valleys

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— Julia Morley
Haiku (terse)
Pandemonium
difficult situation
auditorium

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— Julie Rowland
Haiku (3-word)
Intoxicating
valetudinarian
evaporator

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— Keith Talbot
Haiku (modern)
An unevenness,
boring, rutted, and concave,
pits and cavities.

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— Adam Ridley
Gnomic
A bag, pocket or purse.
A track, route or course.

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— Joe Dalton
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
pan
ewer
recession
accumulation
a cave, cavern, grotto or den

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— Jerry Morton
Diamante
Pothole
spongy, porous
perforating, altering, devouring
endocarp, honeycomb ..... knob, lump
suffering, swallowing, cumulating
hilted, handleless
bulge
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— Sarah Neal
Cinquain - Phrasal
pothole
play off
turn the Scales
waterway between two mountains
cavity

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— Rut Mason
Cinquain - Expressional
pothole
mine is
the deep hollow
cheeks and pale face.
sunken!

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— Laura Lawson
Butterfly Cinquain
crater
casing machine
minimum order cuts
funnel for water disposal
hollow
outer ball guide of the bearing
low pressure area
affluent reach
caser
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— Donna Jordan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Piercing
open
terrifical
hollow
obtuse
low-lying
extreme
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— Joseph Nelson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Pit
Hole
Rut
Dish
Furrow
Wrinkle
Crinkle
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— Donald Cooper
Acrostic - Suffix
Gap
Loo
Pit
Ditch
Two
Channel
Hole
 
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— George Hamilton

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.