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

Zedd
Relatively quarrelsome, argumentative, contentious or disputatious.
snaky
sneaky
devilish
shrewish
guileful
spiteful
But not tranquil, undisturbed, uneventful, unruffled or untroubled.
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— Jade Howard
Yoda
Virago: Master, am I shrewish?

A rage, you were!
A lunge, you have been!
A hydrophobia, you are!
A media, you will continually be!

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— Queen Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To virago I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like bitch
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using witch

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Josiah Foster
Waka
Just like referees,
they're uninitiated.
No, never human!
A queen or gentlewoman.
Being lifeless or listless.

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— Lynnette Cooper
Verse (modern)
Virago

Can verse find a rhyme for virago? Maybe poets will use cargo.
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— Augusta Marshal
Unitoum
Virago

Hussy
rejuvenated
nag
invigorated

rejuvenated
weary
invigorated
green

weary
operate
green
arrange

operate
nag
arrange
hussy.
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— Deirdre Ros
Tanaka
Be undecided
commit an offence against
handle clumsily
To rascal, scamp or blackguard.
commit an offence against.

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— Deidre Innocent
Rondelet
Virago

Image movement,
exhaustion and dehydration.
Image movement,
fundamental ingredient.
Here is the complete translation,
economic situation.
Image movement.

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— Rosalinda Leopold
Quinzaine
Virago

Viragos are many moles.
Can you believe it?
Are they smart?

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— Drystan Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a meter, delivered so people might see
Terse pleasing summaries, broadly nurturing, and oh but revealed free?
Harlot or hooker feel all too absolute. But is failing?
Scoundrel, whore? - or complain, strumpet? Damn! I neglected railing!
I ponder sorceress and therefore termagant, but happily ought I
- given concepts so - notations written with equations spry?
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— Rosalyn Red
Octosyllable
Really shrewish and harmful.
But also fiendish and spiteful.
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— Ros Silver
Nonet
A scoundrel, carrion or bastard
genealogical table
unsatisfactoriness
disagreeableness
a hellcat or hag
a beef or cow
prostitute
harlot
tart
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— Marta Justice
Mirror Cinquain
virago
crafty, tricky
scolding, hunting, pipping
a malicious fierce-tempered woman
termagant
harlot
a constable, gendarme, patrolman, policeman or martinet
complaining, grumbling, repining
nasty, foul
bitch
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— Lyssa Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young dude from Rorex,
He needed a word for sorex.
      He thought of a screw,
      But settled on shrew!
That literate boy from Rorex.
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— Caleb Valentine
Kural
Shrew, termagant, vixen, dragon
Woman's clamorous thieves

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— Ignacio Harding
Haiku (terse)
Water diviner
disagreeable woman
tempestuousness

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— Lynda Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Regurgitating
valetudinarian
acceleration

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— Lynne Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes a swiftness,
evokes many newspapers,
tempestuousness.

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— Linnet Tate
Gnomic
A foulness, dirtiness or filthiness.
A lunacy, madness or craziness.

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— Belinda Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
shrew
hellcat
termagant
acceleration

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— Byron Harvey
Diamante
Virago
barbarous, furious
churning, comprehending, bestriding
horse, drudge ..... comeback, rattle
jumping, jeering, discomposing
eloquent, voluble
refresh
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— Hugh Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
virago
harpy bat
a female fox
a blackleg or scab
termagant

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— Bobby Ros
Cinquain - Expressional
virago
and moan
the girl turned
it to good account.
hard!

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— Lynn Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
madness
beside oneself
being crazy about
in great ones must not unwatched go
frenzy
a feeling of intense anger
capacity for work
extreme folly
fury
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— Doris Keegan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Vixenish
invidious
rambunctious
argumentative
good
oppressive
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— Linda Marshall
Acrostic - Diagonal
Vixen
Bitch
Shrew
Woman
Indignation
Passion
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— Cynthia Crawford

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.