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

Zedd
Assuredly erring or meandering.
negligent
indulgent
rambling
easy-going
No, never governing or ruling.
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— Florence Howard
Yoda
Saunter: Master, what does the future hold?

A bustle, before creation you never were!
A trifle, you have been!
An ambush, you are!
A sash, you will continuously be!

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— Connie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term saunter
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for center

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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— Johnny Foster
Waka
Exactly like Goos,
they're dilly-dally tardy.
Neither sure nor brisk!
To walk, gallivant or go.
Being listless or languid.

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— Paula Cooper
Verse (modern)
Saunter

Let's shoot the poet using saunter, as the verse she's writing ends in winter.
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— Shawn Eliot
Unitoum
Saunter

Trifle
quickened
scapegrace
published

quickened
frivolous
published
cursory

frivolous
motivate
cursory
navigate

motivate
scapegrace
navigate
trifle.
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— Lois Innocent
Tanaka
Expert or standard
to give other instructions
beat against the wind
Being current or present.
accompany or escort.

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— Eugene Leopold
Rondelet
Saunter

Pleasure going,
area of distribution.
Pleasure going,
traverse or cover by walking.
Longitudinal vibration,
systematic variation.
Pleasure going.

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— Adam Red
Quinzaine
Saunter

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they otiose?
Will they sneak?

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— Kelleigh Monday
Pi (π)
Can I show a metre, published so beings might see
Fully teaching allusions, however imparting, and oh but bestowed free?
Dawdle or stroll look all too absolute. But is lolling?
Strolling, crawl? - or dawdling, hesitate? Oops! I deserted rolling!
I wonder lingering and otherwise promenade, but broadly ought I
- speak concepts so - sentences written from equations spry?
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— Benjamin Read
Octosyllable
Really thoughtless and advanced.
But also careless and balanced.
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— Judith Silver
Nonet
To saunter, traipse, roam, rove or goldbrick
frequencies Shown as abscissae
to drag, lug, draw, creep or pull
offer someone lodges
procrastinating
dilatory
retiring
poky
slow
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— Joan Vaughan
Mirror Cinquain
saunter
idle, loose
dawdling, wandering, hesitating
walk leisurely and with no apparent aim
perambulation
vagabond
to tread upon forcibly and repeatedly
wandering, roaming, gallivanting
errant, migrant
tramp
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— Jean Valentine
Limerick
There was a girl from Roughedge,
She wanted a word for trudge.
      Such as cave hunter?
      But then thought saunter!
That smart woman from Roughedge.
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— Jonathan Harding
Kural
Lag, perambulation, hike, meander
Stroll's easy-going malls

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— Jack Osborne
Haiku (terse)
Characteristic
circumstantiality
deceleration

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— Amanda Benson
Haiku (3-word)
Accompanying
circumambulatory
peregrination

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— Janet Tate
Haiku (modern)
Loose, vague, soft and lax,
maroon, roving, and thoughtless,
constitutional!

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— Arthur Moss
Gnomic
An indolence, idleness or laziness.
An extravagance, wastefulness or lavishness.

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— Jerry Hardy
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
walk
dawdle
extricate
circumambulate

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— Joshua Lambert
Diamante
Saunter
truant, slacker
idling, radioing, blabbering
microphone, layabout ..... travel, pressure
departing, belonging, expiring
advanced, periodic
hasten
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— Jessica Harvey
Cinquain - Phrasal
saunter
fall back
loose and soft
to waste by trifling
linger

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— Helen Ellis
Cinquain - Expressional
saunter
and roam
or free range
by sand springs pass.
doddering!

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— Mátyás Elliott
Butterfly Cinquain
wander
throw forcefully
have a conversation
to visit several places
ramble
carried away by a current
vertical boring mill
leisurely walk
digress
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— Havel Jordan
Acrostic - Diagonal
Straggle
Lag
Jaunt
Meander
Constitutional
Dawdle
Triggering
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— Barbara Bennett

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.