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

 

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

Zedd
Definitively fatuous, insensate or imbecilic.
ruling
batting
garrulous
loquacious
Certainly not concise, succinct or laconic.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Verbalism: Master, am I commonplace?

A loquacity, you were!
A pedantry, you have been!
A countenance, you are!
An appearance, you will continually be!

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— Edith Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To verbalism I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like expression
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using diction

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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— Curtis Foster
Waka
To me it is a
supererogatory
elaborateness.
A surfeit or repletion.
Being skimpy or scanty.

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— Florence Cooper
Verse (modern)
Verbalism

Rappers needing a lyric after verbalism, may want to consider inserting alcoholism.
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— Connie Marshal
Unitoum
Verbalism

Password
weaken
sentence
vacate

weaken
message
vacate
language

message
broaden
language
harass

broaden
sentence
harass
password.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
Heraldic motto
concluding observations
term of pregnancy
By which one was sometimes called,
A term, phrase or expression.

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— Cherokee Innocent
Rondelet
Verbalism

Voice production,
liabilities engagement.
Voice production,
idiomatic expression.
Variety entertainment,
grammatical constituent.
Voice production.

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— Gilberte Leopold
Quinzaine
Verbalism

Phrases are many idioms.
Can you believe it?
Are they whole?

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— Ghislaine Leith
Pi (π)
Can I cast a meter, proclaimed so beings might see
Terse exalting innuendos, however educating, and oh now divulged free?
Phrase or reflex look all too apparent. But is chatter?
Loquacity, voice? - or locution, pedantry? Oops! I excluded clatter!
I reckon verbosity and sometimes wordiness, but broadly ought I
- paste concepts so - allusions fetched from computers spry?
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— Samuela Red
Octosyllable
Really Polish and honest.
But also English and earnest.
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— Keithia Silver
Nonet
A speech, language, utterance or tongue
liabilities engagement
due date or maturity
information message
a tale or story
undertaking
promises
promise
term
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— Keitha Justice
Mirror Cinquain
verbalism
commonplace, lyric
wording, talking, looking
an expression, locution or utterance
phrase
judgement
a philosophical or theological opinion
condemning, decrying, blaming
fated, painful
sentence
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— Samira Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young gal from Dossman,
She wanted a word for passman.
      Closed for maintenance?
      Or countenance!
That literate gal from Dossman.
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— Rana Valentine
Kural
Diction, locution, expression, phraseology
Word's commonplace tidings

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— Giselle Harding
Haiku (terse)
Phraseology
circumstantiality
signification

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— Arlen Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Characterizing
individualizing
sophisticated

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— Gisela Benson
Haiku (modern)
A talkativeness,
is just like a wordiness,
It is hard to say.

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— Aura Tate
Gnomic
An extension, prolongation or elongation.
An enlargement, magnification or amplification.

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— Faith Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
word
reflex
expression
phraseology
a pedantry or pragmatism

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— Eula Harvey
Diamante
Verbalism
roundabout, soluble
blabbing, gabbing, chatting
loquacity, periphrasis ..... laconicism, succinctness
choking, abstracting, epitomizing
cramped, tight
concision
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— Homer Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
verbalism
shallow talk
manner of telling
an idiom or phraseology
diction

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— Samantha Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
verbalism
of promise
advice dogma fail
to report this delightful.
substantival!

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— Vera Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
aspect
facial gesture
indicate something flat
field or range of activity
surface
the direction a slope faces
deep mine operations
disagree with
bearing
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— Jerome Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Verbal
elegant
reliable
beautiful
articulate
lexical
imperative
substantive
monosyllable
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— Deborah Wilson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.