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

Zedd
Accurately faltering, vacillating or wavering.
dizzy
muzzy
outstanding
astonishing
But not tough, sturdy, hard, solid or stiff.
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— Aura Howard
Yoda
Teeter: Master, can I ever change?

A calculus, you were!
A nonplus, you have been!
A marble, you are!
A jewel, you will continually be!

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— Chloe Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word teeter
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for falter

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Jordon Foster
Waka
Every looseness
can be agitatedly
dilapidated.
A waggle, wag or flounder.
To sweep or evacuate.

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— Sierra Cooper
Verse (modern)
Teeter

If writers struggle for a rhyme with teeter, they might want to consider using peter.
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— Jarred Marshal
Unitoum
Teeter

Lurch
galvanized
paddle
energized

galvanized
shaky
energized
hesitant

shaky
weave
hesitant
break

weave
paddle
break
lurch.
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— Amalia Ros
Tanaka
Move reflexively
to be placed close together
shiver with terror
A waggle, wag or flounder.
Being tremulous or shy.

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— Georgette Innocent
Rondelet
Teeter

Last bus or train,
monetary circulation.
Last bus or train,
make the best of a bad bargain.
Low frequency deviation,
political revolution.
Last bus or train.

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— Jordyn Leopold
Quinzaine
Teeter

Snubbed by computer programs.
Have they vibrated?
Can they rouse?

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— Emerson Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a rhyme, delivered so people might see
Newly pleasant innuendos, frankly educating, and oh but divulged free?
Wobble or totter seem all too manifest. But is stagger?
Vacillate, waver? - or wavering, blinking? Oops! I deserted swagger!
I reason oscillate and certainly fluctuate, but frankly ought I
- throw meanings oh - allusions written with computers spry?
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— Emory Red
Octosyllable
Really wonky and dizzy.
But also cranky and muzzy.
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— Georgina Silver
Nonet
to become completely out of breath
take off the pressure of the work
bring a child into the world
sleeping place for babies
increase in number
broach a subject
agitate
totter
hurl
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— Emery Justice
Mirror Cinquain
teeter
shaky, tottery
moving, toddling, shambling
being faltering, vacillating or wavering
rock
range
make a big sweeping gesture or movement
dismissing, expending, overlooking
oscillatory, vibrational
swing
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— Eddy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Keeter,
She needed a word for teeter.
      Rolling the pebble?
      But then thought wobble!
That literate gal from Keeter.
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— Chase Valentine
Kural
Lurch, dodder, paddle, seesaw
Reel's tottery wavers

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— Aurora Harding
Haiku (terse)
Assiduity
individuality
volatility

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— Jordan Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Investigating
valetudinarian
irresolution

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— Bob Benson
Haiku (modern)
Dally doddering!
Skittish, muzzy, and groggy,
quaveringly veer.

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— Amelia Tate
Gnomic
An oscillation, fluctuation or vacillation.
A hesitance, indecision or irresolution.

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— Allan Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
sway
seesaw
fluctuates
insecurities

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— Careen Harvey
Diamante
Teeter
debatable, erratic
administering, conveying, expecting
seesaw, sway ..... firm, place
identifying, establishing, committing
solid, faithful
stabilize
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— Gina Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
teeter
walk unsteadily
backing and filling
to fluctuate or oscillate
wobble

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— Jorge Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
teeter
and shake
off his feeling
her weakened frame shook.
staggering!

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— Hector Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
stagger
move abruptly
to depose evidence
an unsteady uneven gait
falter
an inclination to one side
bring into position
walk rapidly
flounder
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— Allen Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Totter
Hesitant
Reel
Unsteady
Dodder
Falter
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— Craig Jordan
Acrostic - Suffix
Hesitant
Wobble
Toddle
Indistinct
Paddle
Dodder
 
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— Alan Wade

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.