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

Zedd
Authoritatively old, elderly, olden, antique or ancient.
eldest
oldest
highborn
timeworn
moth-eaten
worm-eaten
But never youthful, juvenile, beardless or adolescent.
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— Jeremy Leopold
Yoda
Aged: Master, what will come of me?

Up-to-date, before all peoples you never were!
Out-of-date, you have been!
Antiquated, you are!
Hackneyed, you will persistently be!

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— Theresa Leith
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term aged
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for longed

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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— Adam Red
Waka
Just like the ancients,
they're usually antique.
Neither gay nor moist!
To be rugged or ragged.
in one's eighties and nineties.

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— Kelleigh Bartholomew
Verse (modern)
Aged

Ending a couplet paired with aged? You may find a need for gauged!
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— Janice Reagan
Unitoum
Aged

Change
try
stud
learn

try
boss
learn
frame

boss
hear
frame
get

hear
stud
get
change.
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— Judith Silver
Tanaka
Without exception
to be getting on in years
never otherwise
In an extremely old age,
Being threadbare or timeworn.

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— Joan Vaughan
Rondelet
Aged

Coming of age,
musical passage or section.
Coming of age,
disability percentage.
Interruption of transmission,
period of revolution.
Coming of age.

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— Jonathan Valentine
Quinzaine
Aged

Ages are many advances.
Can you believe it?
Are they grey?

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— Teresa Harding
Pi (π)
Can I pass a rhyme, proclaimed so crowds might see
Fully inviting notations, somehow educating, and oh yet evermore free?
Cycled or termed look way too apparent. But is matured?
Venerable, aging? - or decrepit, advanced? Damn! I excluded natured!
I wonder greybeard and therefore old-timer, but happily ought I
- speak concepts so - abstracts fetched with computers spry?
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— Jack Noble
Octosyllable
Really ragged and rusty.
But also legged and fusty.
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— Julie Farrell
Nonet
Being past, previous or bygone
tactical deployment of troops
underwrite all expenses
metallic concentrate
elderly person
antiquated
obsolete
ancient
stale
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— Arthur Mckenzie
Mirror Cinquain
aged
elderly, hoary
devising, expanding, glorifying
being stale, senile, decrepit, dilapidated or ramshackle
oldster
direction
being decrepit, dilapidated, rickety or doddery
evening, competing, postulating
obsolete, hoary
ancient
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— Carl Malone
Limerick
There was a girl from Novary,
She wanted a word for hoary.
      Could it be serpent?
      But then thought ancient!
So smart that gal from Novary.
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— Douglas Tate
Kural
Aeon, period, day, era
Time's elderly years

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— Carolyn Benson
Haiku (terse)
A generation
geological era
Elizabethan

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— Gregory Austin
Haiku (3-word)
Evaluating
valetudinarian
partiality

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— Joshua Harvey
Haiku (modern)
Not immediate!
Is just like an ancientness,
But never strident.

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— Jerry Lambert
Gnomic
A choice, option or selection.
A spectre, ghost or apparition.

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— Andrew Elliott
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
date
epoch
senescence
a lifetime or life

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— Jessica Grant
Diamante
Aged
brights, elderly
ripening, fossilizing, bestriding
years, days ..... greenness, freshness
stirring, snapping, mighting
latest, belated
inexperience
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— Brian Ellis
Cinquain - Phrasal
aged
get on
proper and adequate
experience of human society
period

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— George Foster
Cinquain - Expressional
aged
description time
period glacier peak
earning years took home.
frequently!

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— Carol Cole
Butterfly Cinquain
ancient
dramatic role
of great antiquity
light remote portable panel
aged
that has been of long duration
Chinese musical note
standard bearer
former
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— Havel Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Obsolete
late
decrepit
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— John Jackson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Obsolescent
Flower
Understanding
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— Barbara Morris
Acrostic - Suffix
Cochlea
Long
Opportune
 
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— Charles Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.