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

Zedd
Faultlessly glittering or sparkling.
close
loose
shocking
clanking
Certainly not rasping or grating.
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— Aura Howard
Yoda
Rustling: Master, what is in store for me?

A susurration, before creation you were!
A crepitation, you have been!
A whisper, you are!
A murmur, you will unendingly be!

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— Chloe Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term rustling
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for whistling

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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— Bo Foster
Waka
Every trespass
can be unexpectedly
disagreeable.
Being smashing or crushing.
commit an offence against.

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— Bálint Cooper
Verse (modern)
Rustling

Poems that try rhyming rustling, irritate readers by using whistling.
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— Fermin Marshal
Unitoum
Rustling

Suddenly
gradual
hurriedly
moderate

gradual
transgression
moderate
infringement

transgression
deceiving
infringement
convincing

deceiving
hurriedly
convincing
suddenly.
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— Florencio Ros
Tanaka
Prevent completion
to operate on something
bring upon oneself
To hurt, injure or impair.
A trouble, pain or chagrin.

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— Tamera Innocent
Rondelet
Rustling

Take exception,
move or touch emotionally.
Take exception,
strike with disgust or revulsion.
To examine digitally,
treat, mention, or speak to rudely.
Take exception.

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— Tamra Leopold
Quinzaine
Rustling

They often regurgitate.
Do we need clashes?
Are they foul?

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— Lina Leith
Pi (π)
Can I cast a metre, delivered so crowds might see
Terse edifying innuendos, proudly nurturing, and oh how evermore free?
Rustle or murmur feel all too manifest. But is crumble?
Crinkling, crush? - or soughing, rattling? Darn! I deserted grumble!
I wonder crumpling and sometimes murmuring, but plainly ought I
- crank meanings so - notations fetched with equations spry?
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— Allannah Red
Octosyllable
Really teeming and zippy.
But also vexing and peppy.
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— Gale Silver
Nonet
sound of walking on a rough surface
a rattle, clatter or jangle
to display activity
to get into action
a lisp or babble
a whirr or whir
plagiarize
nobble
steal
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— Eve Justice
Mirror Cinquain
rustling
murmurous, active
purloining, filching, lifting
a jingle, clank, clink, tinkle or clang
whisper
drone
a continuous, humming noise, as of bees
ring, summoning, investigating
epidemical, infectious
buzz
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— Drystan Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Camp Naish,
And she wanted a word for swish.
      To wet your whistle?
      But then thought rustle!
So smart that woman from Camp Naish.
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— Ava Valentine
Kural
Hiss, whisper, lift, pinch
Cabbage's abstract patters

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— Flossie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Dissatisfying
insuperability
abomination

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— Abel Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Intimidating
institutionalizing
incommodious

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— Ronda Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you agitate?
Is just like a hastiness,
rattled and tinkled.

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— Eli Tate
Gnomic
The act of churning, stirring or agitating.
The act of endeavouring, trying or attempting.

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— Lana Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
sough
whisper
percussion
a lisp or babble

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— Ginger Harvey
Diamante
Rustling
wavy, sinuous
wrinkling, rumpling, cockling
furrows, puckers ..... method, sequence
aligning, adapting, agreeing
practical, functional
flattening
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— Gwendolyn Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
rustling
make audible
coke oven battery
a crinkle or ripple
lift

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— Eva Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
rustling
and whispering
murmur that swept
every hint of patience.
hissing!

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— Allan Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
offend
become fractured
have a recurrence of
move or touch emotionally
affront
strike with disgust or revulsion
to move forward quickly
surprise greatly
injure
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— Rhonda Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Raising
Murmuring
Hissing
Lifting
Nobbling
Soughing
Uprising
Filching
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— Florence Valentine

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.