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

Zedd
Completely talented, able, apt, efficient or capable.
docile
ductile
delicate
adequate
Certainly not weak, puny, infirm, listless or feeble.
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— Jack Osborne
Yoda
Ability: Master, do I have a bright future?

An inability, without exception, you never were!
A disability, you have not been!
An accomplishment, you are!
An exponent, you will constantly be!

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— Julie Hammond
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term ability
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for possibility

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Joe Malone
Waka
A powerfulness
that is dogmatically
intermediate.
A trick, artifice or sleight.
people of a certain type.

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— Diane Moss
Verse (modern)
Ability

What could work with ability? Maybe verse with plausibility.
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— Arthur Tate
Unitoum
Ability

Earnestly
flippant
vigorously
unconcerned

flippant
hand
unconcerned
capacity

hand
picked
capacity
grabbed

picked
vigorously
grabbed
earnestly.
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— Janet Benson
Tanaka
Professional skill
people of a certain type
top executive
A virtue or excellence.
properties of a substance.

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— Marie Ramsey
Quinzaine
Ability

Never found in good poems.
Can you believe it?
Are they good?

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— Joshua Lucas
Pi (π)
Can I give a meter, disclosed so crowds might see
Terse inviting abstracts, frankly imparting, and oh but revealed free?
Talent or genius feel way too apparent. But is cunning?
Dexterity, skill? - or capacity, aptitude? Damn! I excluded running!
I reckon ingenuity and therefore authority, but happily ought I
- speak meanings so - abstracts fetched with equations spry?
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— Gregory Garrett
Octosyllable
Really active and tricky.
But also native and sticky.
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— Andrew Reid
Nonet
this clearly derives from the program
health care power of attorney
french overseas departments
branches of government
ingenuity
capacity
faculty
talent
skill
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— Anna Harvey
Mirror Cinquain
ability
suitable, right
endowing, donating, investing
the quality or state of being able
capacity
force
capacity of undergoing or suffering
actuating, impelling, carrying
strong, energetic
power
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— Jessica Montgomery
Limerick
There was a gal from Camp Witness,
She needed a word for fitness.
      Like end of sentence?
      Or competence!
So smart that gal from Camp Witness.
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— Deborah Elliott
Kural
Hand, aptitude, capacity, dexterity
Faculty's cowardly efficiencies

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— Jason Arnold
Haiku (terse)
Ingenuity
irresponsibility
qualification

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— George Mason
Haiku (3-word)
Communicating
nonrepresentational
ingenuity

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— Kenneth Kennedy
Haiku (modern)
A society,
a paraphernalia,
canned, mild, weak and strong.

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— Brian Grant
Gnomic
A craftiness, slyness or wiliness.
A sagacity, shrewdness or astuteness.
A neatness, tidiness or cleanliness.
A delicacy, subtlety or fineness.
An acuteness, sharpness or keenness.

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— Havel Tucker
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
skill
power
competence
authorization

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— Daniel Ellis
Diamante
Ability
lenient, energetic
finishing, depleting, tiring
accomplishment, expertise ..... feebleness, impotency
trembling, tottering, stumbling
meager, languid
inability
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— Dorothy Cole
Cinquain - Phrasal
ability
bridge player
piece of apparatus
easily moved or influenced
hand

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— Jennifer Reed
Cinquain - Expressional
ability
the capacity
of supreme power
whose hand is everywhere.
facultative!

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— Joseph Bennett
Butterfly Cinquain
power
business leader
letter of attorney
intermediate size plug tap
control
raw materials and supplies
lost motion mechanism
big businessman
effect
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— Barbara Stewart
Acrostic - Prefix
 Active
brisk
intimate
lenient
individual
true
year-old
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— Mary Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Afford
Obtain
Pliable
Deplete
Flexible
Talent
Clearly
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— John Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.