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

Zedd
Impatiently direct, straightforward, forehand or undeviating.
hasty
rusty
rakish
stylish
expansive
imperative
Certainly not slow, late, dilatory, tardy or time-consuming.
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— Douglas Hammond
Yoda
Rush: Master, can I change my nature?

An arrest, before all peoples you never were!
A blast, you have been!
A panache, you are!
A crash, you will persistently be!

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— Marie Walton
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term rush
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for gush

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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— Gautier Thornton
Waka
You are readily,
and instantaneously
unpredictable.
To crowd, heap, herd or huddle.
run with the ball, in football.

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— Debra Moss
Verse (modern)
Rush

Let's shoot the poet using rush, as the verse she's writing ends in flush.
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— Martha Warner
Unitoum
Rush

Briskly
thorough
swiftly
careful

thorough
hurry
careful
onrush

hurry
wavered
onrush
groveled

wavered
swiftly
groveled
briskly.
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— Kathleen Ramsey
Tanaka
Cannonball along
to bring something to an end
automobile trunk
Being rapid, swift or fast.
cause to occur rapidly.

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— Anna Lambert
Rondelet
Rush

To drive away,
jokes with a double meaning.
To drive away,
fall or flow in a certain way.
Ask another to do something,
per multiple unit pricing.
To drive away!

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— Cynthia Wade
Quinzaine
Rush

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they exquisite?
Will they get?

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— Shirley Garrett
Pi (π)
Can I pass a meter, furnished so beings might see
Terse didactic overviews, proudly informing, and oh but bestowed free?
Hasten or hustle look way too manifest. But is pushing?
Hastiness, hurry? - or scramble, momentum? Damn! I neglected rushing!
I ponder onslaught and sometimes assiduity, but broadly ought I
- found meanings so - innuendos fetched with computers spry?
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— Deborah Reid
Octosyllable
Really rakish and heady.
But also freakish and ready.
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— Jason Montgomery
Nonet
try to beat others in performance
an urge, momentum or impulse
put someone on to something
a crowd, throng, host or mob
precipitation
inspiration
hastiness
hurry
dash
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— Sarah Oliver
Mirror Cinquain
rush
quick, immediate
hastening, accelerating, scurrying
physician and revolutionary american leader
dash
blow
to rib gently in one direction
licking, drubbing, pampering
freak, smooth
stroke
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— Anthony Fox
Limerick
There was a clever girl from Sneed,
And she wanted a word for speed.
      Could it be harry?
      But then thought hurry!
That very clever gal from Sneed.
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— Shell Willis
Kural
Hurry, charge, race, speed
Flow's unreserved grasses

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— Brian Arnold
Haiku (terse)
Ideology
impressionability
sensitivity

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— Donald Jordan
Haiku (3-word)
Accelerating
institutionalizing
unconditional

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— George Mason
Haiku (modern)
A community,
hasty, current, and rapid,
unpredictable!

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— Donna Kennedy
Gnomic
A heap, pile or accumulation.
A business, job or occupation.
A request, application or petition.
A seepage, percolation or infiltration.
An apology, vindication or justification.

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— Karen Wallace
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
dash
hurry
hastiness
precipitation
an urge, momentum or impulse

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— Nancy Brooks
Diamante
Rush
fragrant, aromatic
hastening, emanating, skimming
race, gush ..... halt, arrest
intercepting, suspending, preventing
mild, poor
delay
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— Joseph Cooper
Cinquain - Phrasal
rush
belt along
quite a little
do something in haste
hurry

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— Jennifer Carter
Cinquain - Expressional
rush
and hurry
to the charge
of his dogs dash.
dashing!

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— Chip Reed
Butterfly Cinquain
hurry
bucket along
overly eager speed
equality of rank and rights
bustle
urge to an unnatural speed
exposed conductive part
scuttle along
flurry
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— Guillaume Allen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Rakish
unreserved
stylish
hearty
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Run
Burst
Dashing
Gush
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— John Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Tear
Sou
Press
Dash
 
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— Hopkin Lewis

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.