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

Zedd
Eventually troubled, unquiet or worried.
furious
anxious
bustling
exciting
But neither leisurely, cushy nor unhurried.
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— Marian Howard
Yoda
Agitation: Master, who will I become?

A serenity, you never were!
An activity, you have been!
A calmness, you are not!
A restlessness, you will eternally be!

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— Marlene Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term agitation
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for fermentation

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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— Jerk Foster
Waka
You are specially,
and extraordinarily
uncomfortable.
Being muddy or slushy.
violent agitation.

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— Maureen Cooper
Verse (modern)
Agitation

Poems that try rhyming agitation, irritate readers by using vegetation.
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— Delores Marshal
Unitoum
Agitation

Suddenly
gradual
hurriedly
moderate

gradual
underling
moderate
cholera

underling
lightening
cholera
deadening

lightening
hurriedly
deadening
suddenly.
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— Stacey Ros
Tanaka
Resound with laughter
have a hilarious time
be uproarious
A clutter or confusion.
Being wanton or rampant.

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— Stacy Innocent
Rondelet
Agitation

High excitement,
behavioral agitation.
High excitement,
production safety department.
Importunate supplication,
political revolution.
High excitement.

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— Dolores Leopold
Quinzaine
Agitation

Poetry ignores troubles.
Are they bothersome?
Will they go?

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— Rhonda Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, disclosed so people might see
Newly defining innuendos, vaguely nurturing, and oh but conveyed free?
Tumult or unrest feel way too absolute. But is clutter?
Commotion, sweat? - or movement, stirring? Damn! I excluded flutter!
I wonder confusion and sometimes rebellion, but frankly ought I
- given meanings so - sentences crafted from computers spry?
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— Chile Red
Octosyllable
Really thrilling and brackish.
But also boiling and freakish.
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— Alfred Silver
Nonet
An uproar, bustle, pother or noise
mental or emotional pain
working life of a furnace
a movement or motion
feeling jittery
perturbation
disturbance
tumult
fuss
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— Edith Justice
Mirror Cinquain
agitation
troubled, uneasy
stirring, agitating, ruffling
examination of a subject in controversy
disturbance
uproar
distort the information carried by the signal
contemplating, pondering, speculating
vociferous, boisterous
noise
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— Allen Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Haslam,
She needed a word for bedlam.
      Closed for maintenance?
      Or disturbance!
That literate girl from Haslam.
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— Cindy Valentine
Kural
Excitement, disturbance, tumult, commotion
Unrest's turbulent confusions

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— Diana Harding
Haiku (terse)
Pandemonium
companionability
vociferation

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— Kelleigh Sloane
Haiku (3-word)
Electrifying
institutionalizing
abominable

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— Adam Mo
Haiku (modern)
An uneasiness,
thrilling, restless, and worried,
swiftly exciting!

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— Marilyn Ace
Gnomic
An annoyance, irritation or vexation.
A mutiny, rebellion or insurrection.
An oscillation, fluctuation or vacillation.
A combustion, inflammation or ignition.
An allurement, temptation or seduction.

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— Doris Keegan
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
fuss
tumult
disturbance
deliberation
a disorder or confusion

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— Diane Ash
Diamante
Agitation
strange, extraordinary
deluding, interpolating, altering
upheaval, confusion ..... serenity, tranquillity
arranging, appeasing, adjusting
placid, peaceful
calmness
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— Martha Thornton
Cinquain - Phrasal
agitation
nonspherical Earth
excitement of passion
disturbance usually in protest
tumult

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— Deborah Oliver
Cinquain - Expressional
agitation
or disturbance
into the discussion
was suddenly broken off.
uneasy!

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— Gregory Barrett
Butterfly Cinquain
riot
howler monkey
incite to mutiny
French licence in economics
revolt
the devil among the tailors
limit of tolerance
be boisterous
hubbub
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— Daniel Hudson
Acrostic - Prefix
 Active
grievous
insecure
turbulent
afraid
troubled
instantaneous
overexcited
nervous
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— Mary Allen
Acrostic - Diagonal
Abruptly
Ignition
Stirring
Disturbance
Unpeaceful
Tumult
Commotion
Rebellion
Excitement
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— John Jordan
Acrostic - Suffix
Sea
Exciting
Potpourri
Afflict
Hydrophobia
Upset
Charivari
To-do
Discussion
 
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— Maria Mason

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.