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

Zedd
Conclusively ludicrous, preposterous, nonsensical or ridiculous.
waggish
foolish
derisive
sportive
comical
farcical
Certainly not miserable, pitiful, wretched, abject or penurious.
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— Gracia Howard
Yoda
Slapstick: Master, what is in store for me?

A divertissement, before time you never were!
An entertainment, you have been!
A forcemeat, you are!
A bullshit, you will always be!

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— Anya Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To slapstick I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like farcical
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using comical

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Anika Foster
Waka
Just like the comics,
they're humorously funny.
Neither bleak nor crass!
A banter or pleasantry.
Being bizarre or grotesque.

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— Anneliese Cooper
Verse (modern)
Slapstick

If writers struggle for a rhyme with slapstick, they might want to consider using lipstick.
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— Charissa Marshal
Unitoum
Slapstick

Humor
frustrate
caper
bother

frustrate
satire
bother
temper

satire
wander
temper
darken

wander
caper
darken
humor.
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— Karissa Ros
Tanaka
Period of play
parties or participants
live entertainment
A sham, takeoff or sitcom.
Being bizarre or grotesque.

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— Ona Innocent
Rondelet
Slapstick

Little present,
ludicrous representation.
Little present,
construction of an embankment.
A ludicrous imitation,
ridiculous situation.
Little present.

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— Annemarie Leopold
Quinzaine
Slapstick

They often accompany.
Do we need farces?
Are they foul?

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— Annetta Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a poesy, committed so crowds might see
Fully defining innuendos, usually educating, and oh but imparted free?
Comedy or jocose feel all too manifest. But is clapper?
Ludicrous, farce? - or farcical, humorous? Darn! I excluded flapper!
I wonder facetious and otherwise hilarious, but plainly ought I
- crank meanings so - summaries written from computers spry?
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— Filiberto Red
Octosyllable
Really priceless and waggish.
But also tactless and roguish.
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— Carissa Silver
Nonet
A joke, jest, prank, lark or pleasantry
construction of an embankment
a sham or imitation
negative quantity
comical story
buffoonery
comedy
stuffing
trick
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— Annmarie Justice
Mirror Cinquain
slapstick
comic, witty
joking, doubling, stopping
characterized by horseplay and physical action
farce
banter
a triviality not to be taken seriously
teasing, provoking, molesting
humorous, comical
joke
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— Augusta Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Soapstick,
She wanted a word for slapstick.
      Could it be ragtime?
      No, it's pantomime!
That literate gal from Soapstick.
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— Nanette Valentine
Kural
Farce, comedy, humor, pleasantry
Wit's funny buffooneries

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— Nannie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Stock certificate
artificiality
denomination

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— Hannah Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Accelerating
undenominational
ingenuity

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— Ronda Benson
Haiku (modern)
A histrionics,
witty, funny, and noisy,
unreasonable!

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— Rebekah Tate
Gnomic
Being laughable, ridiculous or ludicrous.
Being absurd, nonsensical or preposterous.

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— Joanna Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
droll
comic
ludicrous
unreasonable
being jocular or jocose

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— Ana Harvey
Diamante
Slapstick
funny, comic
quipping, gagging, yakking
wittiness, drollery ..... drama, bale
inserting, encompassing, comprising
substantial, sizable
tragedy
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— Rhonda Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
slapstick
slapstick comedy
side bearing clearance
ridiculous or empty show
burlesque

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— Annie Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
slapstick
physical comedy
and gross-out humor
comic book marvel tails.
funny!

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— Anita Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
shutter
airflow control
restriction of freedom
jokes with a double meaning
curtain
sentence of penal servitude
low pressure area
Venetian blind
finish
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— Anne Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Strange
ludicrous
amusing
preposterous
sportive
tactful
intelligent
comic
keen
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— John Wilson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.