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

Zedd
Arrestingly exciting, breathtaking or thrilling.
tremendous
stupendous
emotional
phenomenal
But not drab, tedious, tiresome or boring.
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— Bernard Howard
Yoda
Sensational: Master, do I have a bright future?

Exciting, without exception, you were!
Middling, you have not been!
Dull, you are not!
Wonderful, you will continuously be!

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— Eva Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term sensational
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for emotional

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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— Rhonda Foster
Waka
Just like the yellows,
they're impressively thrilling.
Neither dense nor weak!
An odor, smell, stench or stink.
To irritate or enrage.

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— Eddie Cooper
Verse (modern)
Sensational

A strange poem would use sensational, especially if it ends with conversational.
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— Edwin Marshal
Unitoum
Sensational

Wizard
launch
perception
act

launch
sensation
act
taste

sensation
fasten
taste
obstruct

fasten
perception
obstruct
wizard.
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— Herbert Ros
Tanaka
Creative thinker
to get an understanding
rational meaning
A feeling or perception.
Being sleazy or well-made.

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— Ethel Innocent
Rondelet
Sensational

Really nice,
fundamental ingredient.
Really nice,
superintendent of police.
Ada Common Environment,
field engineering department.
Really nice.

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— Edith Austen
Quinzaine
Sensational

Sensations is a rare word.
Have they vibrated?
Can they feel?

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— Léonard Ros
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, published so people might see
Newly pleasing sentences, clearly nurturing, and oh how conveyed free?
Wizard or affirm feel way too apparent. But is jelling?
Thrilling, lurid? - or stunning, exciting? Damn! I neglected telling!
I wonder wonderful and otherwise emotional, but happily ought I
- found concepts so - abstracts written with computers spry?
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— Dawn Leopold
Octosyllable
Really mighty and mushy.
But also weighty and gushy.
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— Bryan Beaumont
Nonet
Being rousing or stimulating
falling rapidly in big drops
master of ceremonies
be passionately fond
exhilarating
sensational
worrying
thrilling
tense
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— Robina Carlisle
Mirror Cinquain
sensational
terrific, wonderful
emphasizing, declaring, confirming
causing intense interest, curiosity, or emotion
wizard
magician
a conjuror, necromancer or illusionist
appealing, luring, gripping
cute, adorable
sorcerer
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— Diana Ritchie
Limerick
There was a gal from Timbermead,
She wanted a word for cheerlead.
      Aunt rose visiting?
      No, it's exciting!
Thought the lady from Timbermead.
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— Julia Sinclair
Kural
Wizard, perception, unbelief, notion
Comprehension's lurid disbeliefs

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— Bonnie Rowland
Haiku (terse)
Exhilarating
enthusiastically
electrifying

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— Aaron Farrell
Haiku (3-word)
Discontinuing
valetudinarian
administrator

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— Howard Noble
Haiku (modern)
Great, hot, huge and cool,
stunning, lurid, and super,
extraordinary!

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— Eugene Harding
Gnomic
Being lascivious, libidinous or lecherous.
Being noisy, clamorous or obstreperous.
Being comical, funny or humorous.

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— Aloysius Rich
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
grand
thrilling
wonderful
melodramatic

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— Albert Wyatt
Diamante
Sensational
cute, glamourous
knowing, noticing, realizing
magician, awareness ..... gentleness, abstinence
forbearing, flinching, denying
affable, refined
bland
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— Martha Ramsey
Cinquain - Phrasal
sensational
commanding attention
Redoutable class submarine
being melodramatic or dramatic
exciting

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— Kimberly Lucas
Cinquain - Expressional
sensational
and rousing
or awakening sensations
bore repetition remarkably well.
provocative!

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— Pamela Hardy
Butterfly Cinquain
striking
form removal
to attract attention
accentuated at the waist
vivid
riots and civil commotions
removal of formwork
to discover
splendid
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— Brian Austin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Stunning
exciting
noisy
startling
amazing
thrilling
impressive
overemotional
nice
actual
lurid
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— Linda Lewis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Surprisingly
Telling
Wonderful
Unusually
Fantastic
Arresting
Magnificent
Prodigious
Comprehension
Exceptional
Irresistible
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— Ryszard Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.