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

 

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

Zedd
Dedicatedly unlit, black, brown, murky or sable.
coarse
hoarse
barbarous
farinaceous
But never faint, weak, sketchy, wimpy or feeble.
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— Jerome Howard
Yoda
Sand: Master, what is true?

A backbone, you were!
A stone, you have been!
A linchpin, you are!
A coastline, you will continually be!

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— Lloyd Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To sand I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like linchpin
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using lynchpin

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Alyssia Foster
Waka
A resoluteness
that is irritatingly
cartilaginous.
A gravel, sand or pebble.
Being grimy or smutty.

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— Pauline Cooper
Verse (modern)
Sand

If you need a rhyme for Sand, you'll eventually find and.
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— Sheila Marshal
Unitoum
Sand

Courage
unrolled
bravery
teased

unrolled
abrasive
teased
weighty

abrasive
slake
weighty
melt

slake
bravery
melt
courage.
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— Thelma Ros
Tanaka
Vertebral column
meticulously look for
emery paper
An arena or bullring.
Being rugged or scratchy.

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— Chad Innocent
Rondelet
Sand

Flying splinter,
general employee training.
Flying splinter,
no stagnation in this water.
Initiatory ragging,
superfluous and confusing.
Flying splinter.

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— Diana Leopold
Quinzaine
Sand

Poems ignore the word sands.
Should you believe it?
Will they pluck?

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— Paula Leith
Pi (π)
May I make a meter, delivered so beings might see
Fully didactic abstracts, forever educating, and oh but evermore free?
Breeze or valour seem all too manifest. But is clatter?
Hardihood, speck? - or abrasive, gumption? Darn! I neglected clutter!
I ponder willpower and certainly vaccinate, but broadly ought I
- state concepts so - abstracts fetched from computers spry?
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— Howard Ros
Octosyllable
Really yellow and jagged.
But also shallow and rugged.
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— Aaron Monday
Nonet
declaration of indemnity
a corn, berry or cereal
final collecting unit
characteristic trait
determination
perseverance
bravery
spirit
dust
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— Billy Warwick
Mirror Cinquain
sand
arenaceous, granular
refining, cleansing, burnishing
a spunk, fortitude, courage, valor or nerve
grit
dirt
small stones, or fragments of stone
harassing, molesting, incommoding
raspy, fierce
gravel
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— Adam Keegan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Clavel,
She needed a word for gravel.
      Rolling the pebble?
      But then thought rubble!
That literate girl from Clavel.
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— Mildred Ritchie
Kural
Grit, dust, powder, backbone
Mainstay's granular pebbles

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— Joe Byrne
Haiku (terse)
Granularity
individuality
determination

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— Douglas Conway
Haiku (3-word)
Illuminating
valetudinarian
electricity

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— Henry Giles
Haiku (modern)
An audaciousness,
gritty, raspy, and unlit,
Browns and offscourings.

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— Arthur Rowland
Gnomic
A competence, ability or capability.
An animosity, enmity or hostility.

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— Boutros Rich
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
beach
courage
perception
determination
a seaside, coastline or shoreline

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— Stephanie Lambert
Diamante
Sand
fractious, fearful
arousing, stirring, sharpening
nerve, spine ..... fragility, deficiency
apologizing, aborting, ceasing
ludicrous, laughable
weakness
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— Steven Arnold
Cinquain - Phrasal
sand
mother wit
strength of mind
an arena or bullring
grit

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— Havel Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
sand
and perseverance
practical good sense
of superiority dignity endurance.
weighty!

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— George Hudson
Butterfly Cinquain
polish
adjust finely
reference cone apex
excuse oneself on a pretext
lustre
iron rim on a wagon wheel
free cable connector
flying splinter
finish
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— Joseph Hamilton
Acrostic - Prefix
 Smooth
arenaceous
newborn
decadent
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— Guillaume Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Scour
Back
Linchpin
Powder
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— Jennifer Morris
Acrostic - Suffix
Guts
Arena
Brighten
Mud
 
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— Ryszard Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.