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

 

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

Zedd
Purposely thin, gaunt, slight, flimsy or tenuous.
jagged
ragged
lacerated
dilapidated
But neither foregone, bygone, past nor previous.
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— Fyodor Howard
Yoda
Shred: Master, can I change my nature?

A scintilla, you were!
An iota, you have been!
A fragment, you are!
A remnant, you will continually be!

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— Jamie Perce
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term shred
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for tattered

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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— Pauline Ace
Waka
Every foulness
can be immediately
dilapidated.
To have cancelled or canceled.
A sliver, chip or splinter.

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— Chile Rain
Verse (modern)
Shred

Let's shoot the poet using shred, as the verse she's writing ends in red.
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— Jacob Stirling
Unitoum
Shred

Morsel
reconciled
brawl
prepared

reconciled
crisp
prepared
useless

crisp
adjust
useless
happen

adjust
brawl
happen
morsel.
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— Posy Bristol
Tanaka
Yellow journalism
grouping of recovery
boisterous weather
Being nasty or lousy.
reusable Agenda.

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— Allen Keegan
Rondelet
Shred

Little present,
without our liability.
Little present,
fundamental ingredient.
Small indefinite quantity,
generate electricity.
Little present.

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— Tracy Reagan
Quinzaine
Shred

Snubbed by computer programs.
Have they contravened?
Can they gnaw?

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— Jimmy Carlisle
Pi (π)
Can I show a rhyme, committed so beings might see
Fully pleasant sentences, proudly informing, and oh but imparted free?
Tatter or morsel feel all too manifest. But is flitter?
Shredding, scrap? - or particle, fragment? Darn! I deserted glitter!
I reason scintilla and therefore lacerated, but plainly ought I
- speak concepts so - innuendos written from computers spry?
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— Paula Delaney
Octosyllable
Really foregone and ragged.
But also bygone and jagged.
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— Alan Duke
Nonet
horizontal section of a form
a grain, fibre, ounce or fiber
to reduce to small pieces
for a long stretch of time
a rag, scrap or cloth
an end or side
particle
tatter
whit
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— Julia Vaughan
Mirror Cinquain
shred
shabby, tattered
harassing, bedevilling, scoffing
or limestone used as a building stone
tatter
waste
a part, portion, patch, segment or fraction
abandoning, disposing, contending
brash, curious
scrap
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— Wanda Rowland
Limerick
There was a young man from Matthew,
He wanted a word for nephew.
      To polish your piece?
      But then thought niece!
That literate guy from Matthew.
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— Jacqueline Whitaker
Kural
Fragment, rag, scrap, iota
Piece's atomic lengths

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— Denise Maxwell
Haiku (terse)
Accumulation
average deviation
denomination

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— Gloria Lucas
Haiku (3-word)
Antagonizing
valetudinarian
periodical

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— Benjamin Lambert
Haiku (modern)
Small, wee, striped and fine,
tattered, cloven, and truant,
dilapidated!

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— Bruce Moss
Gnomic
A piece, slice or portion.
A violation, infraction or contravention.

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— Alys Wade
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
scrap
fragment
modicum
granularity
a grain, fibre, ounce or fiber

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— Ryan Lawson
Diamante
Shred
seedy, shameless
interrupting, picking, resolving
morsel, fragment ..... knot, block
uniting, resisting, preventing
rigid, rugged
lump
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— Dennis Hudson
Cinquain - Phrasal
shred
rag week
tear to tatters
in general, a fragment
scrap

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— Havel Tucker
Cinquain - Expressional
shred
of ribbon
had been torn
down altogether to patch.
ragged!

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— Rebecca Warren
Butterfly Cinquain
morsel
concluding piece
exposure to weather
downy mildew of sugar beet
gobbet
a small amount of solid food
free cable connector
turbine unit
mouthful
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— Kit Jordan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Seedy
hoarse
ragged
exclusive
dilapidated
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— James Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Scrap
Chop
Particle
Lacerated
Building
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— Chip Walker
Acrostic - Suffix
Smithereens
Length
Tear
Piece
Ragged
 
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— Dorothy Allen

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.