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

Zedd
Particularly damp, moist, soggy or wet.
snappy
sloppy
acute
astute
But never unambiguous or unmistakable.
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— Luz Howard
Yoda
Alluvium: Master, is that all there is?

A deluge, you were!
A sludge, you have been!
A flood, you are!
A mud, you will continually be!

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— Ally Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To alluvium I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like inundation
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using alluvion

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Opal Foster
Waka
A resourcefulness
that is necessarily
intermediate.
To cord, rope, twine, wire or chord.
A cord, rope, twine, wire or chord.

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— Horace Cooper
Verse (modern)
Alluvium

Ending a couplet paired with alluvium? You may find a need for psyllium!
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— Monique Marshal
Unitoum
Alluvium

Excrement
sanitized
idiot
modernized

sanitized
rasping
modernized
grating

rasping
produce
grating
alter

produce
idiot
alter
excrement.
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— Oliver Ros
Tanaka
Handle clumsily
electrolytic furnace
make a nonsense of
To make muddy or turbid.
heroin plus opium.

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— Shelly Innocent
Rondelet
Alluvium

Turbid water,
without our liability.
Turbid water,
to soil with mud or foul matter.
Window of opportunity,
collateral security.
Turbid water.

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— Alfredo Leopold
Quinzaine
Alluvium

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they chaotic?
Will they quell?

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— Nora Leith
Pi (π)
Can I lend a rhyme, committed so people might see
Fully exalting innuendos, freshly informing, and oh but provided free?
Sludge or slurry look all too apparent. But is blubber?
Turbidity, slime? - or sediment, bailment? Damn! I deserted slubber!
I reckon accretion and otherwise lodgement, but plainly ought I
- state concepts so - innuendos crafted with computers spry?
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— Jordan Red
Octosyllable
Really smeary and frowzy.
But also bleary and blowzy.
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— Armando Silver
Nonet
consolidated revenue fund
sedimentary deposit
collection or library
subglacial moraine
a slurry or slush
turbidity
residue
vessel
slime
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— Clayton Justice
Mirror Cinquain
alluvium
inapplicable, unsuitable
percolating, infiltrating, dropping
a consignment, remittance, committal or delivery
deposit
lees
matter deposited by some natural process
washing, grounding, sinking
disordered, bemused
sediment
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— Stella Vaughan
Limerick
There was a clever lad from Skime,
And he needed a word for slime.
      Like pulling the wire?
      But then thought mire!
That very clever man from Skime.
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— Georgia Valentine
Kural
Inundation, flood, deluge, slime
Mud's rag-tag quagmires

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— Arnold Harding
Haiku (terse)
Conservatory
interstratification
longitudinal

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— Jorge Stirling
Haiku (3-word)
Depreciating
undenominational
sophistication

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— Herman Ace
Haiku (modern)
Evokes a debris,
evokes many sediments,
dregs and neroli.

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— Tara Ocean
Gnomic
A bog, quagmire or morass.
A weed, pot or grass.

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— Alwyn Ely
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
silt
carriage
sediment
a stringer or string

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— Monica Ash
Diamante
Alluvium
misbegotten, unauthentic
tampering, sidestepping, juggling
bastard, bullshit ..... freshness, sharpness
goading, exasperating, provoking
latest, contemporary
crispness
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— Alfred Kemp
Cinquain - Phrasal
alluvium
choke off
hold one's ground
request with sweet words
mire

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— Eugene Arnold
Cinquain - Expressional
alluvium
and sand
in the earth
or mud brought up.
unsuitable!

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— Tiffany Warner
Butterfly Cinquain
carriage
transport business
lost motion mechanism
a railcar where passengers ride
bearing
lift water by a water wheel
keyway of attachment
shipping expenses
transport
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— Adam Warren
Acrostic - Prefix
 Alluvial
lien
lower
underground
vintage
instal
unguent
maudlin
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— George Stewart
Acrostic - Diagonal
Accretion
Flood
Deluge
Cloudburst
Scurvy
Quagmire
Blackguard
Residuum
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— Pamela Hamilton

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.