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

Zedd
Offensively nasty, improper, objectionable or malicious.
cumbrous
dolorous
poignant
pleasant
honorable
equitable
But never strong, sturdy, tough, intensive or strenuous.
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— Gordon Howard
Yoda
Ailment: Master, do I have a bright future?

An infirmity, before time you were!
An energy, you have not been!
A healthiness, you are not!
A restlessness, you will always be!

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— Lynn Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term ailment
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for persistent

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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— Bertha Foster
Waka
Just like the curses,
they're grievously pitiful.
Not pleasingly bland!
To derange or unsettle.
Being worried or anxious.

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— Valerie Cooper
Verse (modern)
Ailment

If writers struggle for a rhyme with ailment, they might want to consider using entitlement.
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— Clara Marshal
Unitoum
Ailment

Charge
treat
ail
man

treat
pain
man
fret

pain
dang
fret
vex

dang
ail
vex
charge.
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— Bernard Ros
Tanaka
Take an active part
to be a testament to
throw out of kilter
Do serve manage a business,
often part of a title.

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— Eddie Innocent
Rondelet
Ailment

Cat scratch disease,
environmental condition.
Cat scratch disease,
extension of the data base.
Library administration,
emergency situation.
Cat scratch disease.

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— Herbert Leopold
Quinzaine
Ailment

Pains are many disorders.
Can you believe it?
Are they fine?

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— Chile Leith
Pi (π)
May I pass a rhyme, published so crowds might see
Fully exalting allusions, notably imparting, and oh yet revealed free?
Malady or ailing feel all too manifest. But is badness?
Complaint, grief? - or sickness, disorder? Damn! I deserted sadness!
I reckon infirmity and therefore affection, but broadly ought I
- speak meanings so - summaries drafted from equations spry?
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— Edith Red
Octosyllable
Really nauseous and prickly.
But also raucous and sickly.
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— Bryan Silver
Nonet
An indisposition or malaise
incapacitating disease
abusive exploitation
correction of error
disability
infirmity
malady
illness
pain
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— Robina Justice
Mirror Cinquain
ailment
painful, sore
hating, loathing, despising
to miss some anticipated visit or entertainment
disease
ailment
an expression of grievance or resentment
suffering, calling, mourning
evil, malicious
complaint
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— M├írton Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young lad from Ulness,
He needed a word for illness.
      Such as flesh flute case?
      But then thought disease!
That literate boy from Ulness.
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— Bobby Valentine
Kural
Illness, complaint, affection, disease
Trouble's honest agonies

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— Marilyn Mo
Haiku (terse)
Dissatisfaction
anathematization
indisposition

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— Martha Valentine
Haiku (3-word)
Electrifying
institutionalizing
condemnatory

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— Marie Sinclair
Haiku (modern)
An uneasiness,
evil, nasty, and unwell,
unacceptable!

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— Arthur Mick
Gnomic
A softness, tenderness or gentleness.
A foulness, filthiness or dirtiness.
A laxity, slackness or looseness.
An instability, unsteadiness or fickleness.
A rigidity, hardness or stiffness.

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— Andrew Rich
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
pain
illness
affection
indisposition

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— Shirley Osborne
Diamante
Ailment
dapper, jaunty
passing, sprouting, snapping
charge, disease ..... blush, flush
squirming, scouring, burnishing
right, full
healthiness
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— Brian Baldwin
Cinquain - Phrasal
ailment
slight illness
obstruction of bowels
an indisposition or malaise
complaint

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— Maria Miles
Cinquain - Expressional
ailment
or illness
is generally good
uncle from his trouble.
stubborn!

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— Edward Love
Butterfly Cinquain
distress
hate bitterly
extreme physical pain
to oppress with calamity
torment
mental or emotional pain
sorrow and misery
unease about
trouble
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— David Hamilton
Acrostic - Prefix
 Ailing
ill
left-hander
malicious
equitable
needless
thorny
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— Mary Martin
Acrostic - Diagonal
Affection
Diseased
Ill
Turmoil
Perverse
Obstinate
Mutilate
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— Linda Mitchell
Acrostic - Suffix
Calendula
Anti
Ill
Harm
Derange
Stubborn
Obstruct
 
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— Mykolas Brooks

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.