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

Zedd
Particularly elderly, old, doddery or longstanding.
tanned
darned
ageing
cycling
Certainly not diminishing, dwindling or decreasing.
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— Lois Howard
Yoda
Aging: Master, what is my future?

An aeon, before all peoples you were!
A generation, you have been!
A freshness, you are not!
A ripeness, you will persistently be!

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— Bonnie Eliot
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term aging
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for longing

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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— Wanda Innocent
Waka
Just like the lifetimes,
they're ordinarily grey.
No, never clamant!
Being aging or ageing.
Aerospace ground equipment.

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— Eugene Leopold
Verse (modern)
Aging

If you need a rhyme for aging, you'll eventually find gauging.
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— Jeremy Leith
Unitoum
Aging

Constantly
haphazard
steadfastly
purposeless

haphazard
antiquity
purposeless
maturity

antiquity
rejuvenate
maturity
invigorate

rejuvenate
steadfastly
invigorate
constantly.
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— Denise Red
Tanaka
Come to perfection
process of becoming old
slow fermentation
Being putrid or rotten.
process of becoming old.

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— Adam Read
Rondelet
Aging

Human being,
period of oscillation.
Human being,
a tooth-like part of anything.
Low frequency deviation,
monetary circulation.
Human being.

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— Janice Delaney
Quinzaine
Aging

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they liberal?
Will they build?

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— Judith Vaughan
Pi (π)
Can I make a poesy, disclosed so crowds might see
Newly inviting sentences, somehow informing, and oh but evermore free?
Ageing or mature feel all too manifest. But is burning?
Perioding, olden? - or decrepit, maturing? Darn! I deserted turning!
I reason seasoning and otherwise senescent, but broadly ought I
- blurt meanings so - sentences drafted from equations spry?
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— Joan Valentine
Octosyllable
Really middling and searing.
But also budding and warring.
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— Jean Giles
Nonet
land acquired for public purposes
being aging, mature or ripe
entry of a procedure
animal management
socket connector
maturation
seasoning
ripeness
cure
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— Jonathan Harding
Mirror Cinquain
aging
senescent, elderly
progressing, boarding, mounting
being obsolete, outdated, antiquated or obsolescent
maturation
development
by enrichment in sugar and other changes
maturing, seasoning, preparing
spectacular, marvellous
ripening
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— Jack Mckenzie
Limerick
There was a lad from J McGowan,
He wanted a word for growan.
      Pink pit of pleasure?
      No, it's mature!
So smart that lad from J McGowan.
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— Juan Malone
Kural
Corn, antiquity, epoch, generation
Dotage's seasonable eternities

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— Alys Tate
Haiku (terse)
Contemporary
choriocarcinoma
attenuated

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— Martha Lucas
Haiku (3-word)
Attenuating
circumambulatory
degeneracy

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— Jerry Lambert
Haiku (modern)
Most centennial!
Is just like a chrysalis,
But never clamant.

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— Dennis Hardy
Gnomic
An expansion, growth or development.
An amelioration, betterment or improvement.

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— Gregory Reid
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
grow
disguise
calculate
deteriorate

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— Jessica Harvey
Diamante
Aging
countless, vulgar
turning, blocking, staging
epoch, majority ..... greenness, childhood
neutralising, inculcating, filling
good, hard
immaturity
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— Jason Elliott
Cinquain - Phrasal
aging
get on
proper and adequate
experience of human society
period

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— Havel Ellis
Cinquain - Expressional
aging
era comics
of the period
is called question time.
seasonable!

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— Kenneth Grant
Butterfly Cinquain
ageing
dosage unit
come to maturity
aging of the population
alter
land acquired for public purposes
process of getting old
power supply
aging
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— Christopher Cole
Acrostic - Prefix
 Ageing
growing
infirm
null
geriatric
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— John Jackson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Ageing
Uglies
Whiling
Mounting
Change
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— Barbara Reed

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.