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

 

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

Zedd
Authoritatively incipient or inchoate.
freshest
cockiest
inexperienced
unexperienced
No, never perfect or consummate.
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— Cora Howard
Yoda
Tyro: Master, am I fledgling?

A novitiate, you were!
A pundit, you have been!
A beginner, you are!
A learner, you will continually be!

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— Belinda Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To tyro I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like apprentice
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using novice

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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— Miriam Foster
Waka
Just like neophytes,
they're unsophisticated.
Neither neat nor shrewd
A landlubber or landsman.
Being inept or inapt.

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— Hugh Cooper
Verse (modern)
Tyro

A strange poem would use tyro, especially if it ends with zero.
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— Marian Marshal
Unitoum
Tyro

Learner
precept
freshman
manage

precept
tyro
manage
student

tyro
handle
student
govern

handle
freshman
govern
learner.
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— Marlene Ros
Tanaka
Beginning student
out of the ordinary
camera movements
A comer or arrival.
Being fledgeling or fledgling.

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— Javier Innocent
Rondelet
Tyro

To complement,
lay Sth under requisition.
To complement,
construction of an embankment.
Acoustical oscillation,
put under an obligation.
To complement!

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— Maureen Leopold
Quinzaine
Tyro

Tyros are many aliens.
Can you believe it?
Are they fresh?

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— Elmer Leith
Pi (π)
Can I make a poesy, furnished so pupils might see
Fully didactic innuendos, merrily informing, and oh but provided free?
Novice or rookie feel all too absolute. But is bleeder?
Greenhorn, pupil? - or neophyte, newcomer? Darn! I neglected breeder!
I wonder novitiate and therefore fledgling, but plainly ought I
- state concepts so - innuendos crafted with computers spry?
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— Senga Red
Octosyllable
Really fledgeling and fledgling.
But also growing and budding.
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— Tonya Silver
Nonet
A newcomer or whippersnapper
a greenhorn, rookie or griffin
a landlubber or landsman
starting entrepreneurs
inexperienced
adolescent
amateur
callow
green
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— Lucy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
tyro
inexperienced, fresher
foundering, sucking, gosling
someone new to a field or activity
novice
beginner
a tenderfoot, newcomer, greenhorn, probationer or weevil
converting, foundering, beginning
juvenile, adolescent
neophyte
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— Marion Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Giro,
She wanted a word for tiro.
      Like wonder weiner?
      No, it's beginner!
That literate girl from Giro.
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— Audrey Valentine
Kural
Beginner, novice, apprentice, learner
Freshman's enlightened trainees

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— Lynn Harding
Haiku (terse)
Inexperienced
valetudinarian
mollification

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— Antonio Keegan
Haiku (3-word)
Regenerating
undifferentiated
originator

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— Bryan Innocent
Haiku (modern)
New, fresh, raw and young,
fledgling initiators,
inexperienced!

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— Ethel Ros
Gnomic
Being ingenuous, naive or artless.
Being reckless, heedless or careless.

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— Julia Carlisle
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
cub
novice
beginner
originator
a dabbler or dilettante

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— Marilyn Gay
Diamante
Tyro
sturdy, able
reproducing, engendering, creating
father, pundit ..... master, tutor
educating, instructing, checking
sovereign, paramount
schoolteacher
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— Marie Noble
Cinquain - Phrasal
tyro
founding father
freshly new person
one unacquainted or unskilled
learner

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— Anthony Fox
Cinquain - Expressional
tyro
an intruder
had left other
prince in foreign parts.
unbeknown!

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— Deborah Newton
Butterfly Cinquain
recruit
be infectious
overhaul a vessel
to go into operation
novice
to insert an advertisement
see solution below
overcome by
enlist
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— Brian Hudson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Total
young
rugged
other
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— Mary Clark
Acrostic - Diagonal
Tenderfoot
Cyanotype
Sire
Unsophisticated
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— Linda Ward
Acrostic - Suffix
Entrant
Rooky
Beginner
Jackaroo
 
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— Maria Marshall

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.