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

 

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

Zedd
Particularly uninhabited or unpopulated.
betting
sporting
profligate
degenerate
But not nautical, seagoing or seafaring.
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— Celia Ros
Yoda
Turf: Master, am I grassy?

A sodomite, you were!
A peat, you have been!
A greensward, you are!
A yard, you will continually be!

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— Whitney Balfour
Xenia Epigram
To turf I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like dispel
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using expel

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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— Rhydderch Derby
Waka
An asparagus
that is repetitively
inconsiderate.
To plant or vegetable.
Being frequent or common.

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— Orlando Warwick
Verse (modern)
Turf

If writers struggle for a rhyme with turf, they might want to consider using surf.
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— Lyle Bristol
Unitoum
Turf

Youth
get
sward
make

get
trap
make
bilk

trap
drop
bilk
heave

drop
sward
heave
youth.
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— Lindsay Keegan
Tanaka
Public enclosure
sector of a sector light
mown grass area
A ground, land, soil, earth or glebe.
To cancel or countermand.

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— Lindsey Morley
Rondelet
Turf

Club with a round,
horizontal equivalent.
Club with a round,
to lay, set, or run, on the ground.
Operation and management,
fundamental ingredient.
Club with a round.

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— Gwendolyn Ritchie
Quinzaine
Turf

Turfs can be many buggers.
Honestly, are they?
Can they send?

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— Hugh Sinclair
Pi (π)
Can I show a verse, disclosed so crowds might see
Terse pleasing innuendos, thereby nurturing, and oh but divulged free?
Bugger or meadow seem all too absolute. But is bounder?
Scoundrel, grass? - or sodomite, grassier? Damn! I neglected pounder!
I reckon grassland and certainly pasturage, but rightly ought I
- blurt meanings so - innuendos crafted from equations spry?
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— Georgia Delaney
Octosyllable
Really piggish and chappy.
But also roguish and soppy.
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— Joy Rowland
Nonet
A racecourse, racetrack or hippodrome
a grassland, prairie or meadow
sector of a sector light
in order of the boot
a field or domain
a clod or lump
stand of grass
greensward
lawn
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— Arnold Bentley
Mirror Cinquain
turf
blank, fair
ousting, dislodging, banishing
peat, especially when prepared for fuel
grass
herbage
grass land for cattle, horses, etc.
browsing, cultivating, wandering
green, common
pasture
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— Lóránd York
Limerick
There was a young girl from Lake Surf,
And she needed a word for turf.
      Like the powerprawn?
      But settled on lawn!
That literate girl from Lake Surf.
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— Gina Rich
Kural
Sod, greensward, field, peat
Bugger's grassy realms

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— Brent Whitaker
Haiku (terse)
Interrogator
conscientious objector
anathematize

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— Clara Lambert
Haiku (3-word)
Eliminating
valetudinarian
constituency

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— Gail Ramsey
Haiku (modern)
White, neat, fresh and fair,
herbal, verdant, and debauched,
sods and Arenas.

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— Gordon Moss
Gnomic
A turf, lawn or sward.
Being clumsy, gawky or awkward.

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— Lesly Neal
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
lawn
racecourse
encampment
circumlocution
a grassland, prairie or meadow

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— Carmen Arnold
Diamante
Turf
bespectacled, monocled
looking, observing, discovering
stack, sight ..... sycophant, flatterer
recommending, deceiving, sucking
oily, servile
courtier
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— Adam Marshall
Cinquain - Phrasal
turf
grassed surface
reverse angle shot
a batiste or cambric
field

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— Brian Cooper
Cinquain - Expressional
turf
and grass
sward she sank
down on the ground.
grassy!

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— Stephanie Hamilton
Butterfly Cinquain
section
component part
divide into segments
cutting without stock removal
portion
measure of central tendency
branch from intersection
air division
segment
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— Rut Parker
Acrostic - Prefix
 Top
unobjectionable
riotous
fresh
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— Ryszard Lee
Acrostic - Diagonal
Terrain
Oust
Circus
Profligate
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— George Hall
Acrostic - Suffix
Eject
Purlieu
Bugger
Of
 
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— Steven Nelson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.