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

Zedd
Engagingly poor, penurious, needy, destitute or miserable.
headrest
backrest
hapless
penniless
deplorable
lamentable
Certainly not admissible, passable, plausible or acceptable.
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— Scott Marshall
Yoda
Arm: Master will the world adapt to me?

A progress, you were!
A forcefulness, you have been!
A branch, you are!
An approach, you will continually be!

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— Brenda Harrison
Xenia Epigram
To arm I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like subsection
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using munition

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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— Melissa Jordan
Waka
You are specially,
and individually
operational.
A bunch, bundle or fistful.
Being expert or adept.

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— Angela Wallace
Verse (modern)
Arm

Let's shoot the poet using arm, as the verse she's writing ends in freeform.
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— Cynthia Hamilton
Unitoum
Arm

Branch
fetched
wing
earned

fetched
armed
earned
poor

armed
quash
poor
take

quash
wing
take
branch.
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— Shirley Ford
Tanaka
Implements of war
asynchronous response mode
benefits order
To detonate or explode.
Being meager or meagre.

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— Deborah Alexander
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Arm

Iambic verse has rules and arms my pen?
Levenshtein, your magic will clear the haze
The truth be told, it’s clear my work’s not Zen
It seems to me your spelling drives my daze.

You might ask human souls should I replace
This early version here my scripts expose
As poets die with edges left in space
Perhaps one day my verse will smell of rose.

But random words just might involve much worse
Oh life is long for me, so I won’t quit
The pounding beat of drives did spin this verse
Requests like this do trip me, I admit.

As progress now allows computing lines,
It won’t be long before you see the signs!
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— Kimberly Foster
Quinzaine
Arm

Arms are many subsections.
Can you believe it?
Are they strong?

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— Laura Coleman
Pi (π)
Can I make a rhyme, proclaimed so beings might see
Terse defining innuendos, merrily imparting, and oh but evermore free?
Branch or weapon feel way too manifest. But is flapper?
Authority, bough? - or offshoot, shoulder? Darn! I excluded flipper!
I reckon miserable and similarly destitute, but broadly ought I
- crank meanings so - innuendos drafted with computers spry?
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— Michelle Henderson
Octosyllable
Really ready and sticky.
But also steady and tricky.
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— Brian Bennett
Nonet
pastry bags or decorating bags
overhanging end of gantry
equipment for gymnastics
branch from intersection
ramification
authority
industry
a hand
limb
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— Edward Brooks
Mirror Cinquain
arm
poor, miserable
equipping, preparing, fortifying
figuratively, power, might, strength
branch
part
make it easy to locate specific records
dividing, partitioning, severing
excellent, ministerial
section
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— Steven Howard
Limerick
There was a young gal from Grambling,
She wanted a word for brambling.
      Such as coral branch?
      But then thought chaffinch!
So smart that woman from Grambling.
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— Kenneth Cooper
Kural
Branch, wing, sleeve, fork
Artillery's poor weapons

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— George Bailey
Haiku (terse)
Ingenuity
irresponsibility
capability

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— Daniel Carter
Haiku (3-word)
Communicating
institutionalizing
extraordinary

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— Havel Mitchell
Haiku (modern)
An apparatus,
needy, wretched, and steady,
beggarly meager.

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— Betty Parker
Gnomic
A part, piece or portion.
A rampart, bulwark or bastion.
An announcement, notification or declaration.
A goal, purpose or intention.

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— Christopher Nelson
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
hand
weapon
specialism
ramification
a branch, bough, limb, leg or offshoot

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— Dorothy Wright
Diamante
Arm
naked, barren
expanding, enlarging, dilating
branch, fork ..... pacifist, armistice
copulating, reposing, calming
nonviolent, dovish
disarm
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— Charles Hall
Cinquain - Phrasal
arm
weapon system
asynchronous response mode
figuratively, power, might, strength
branch

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— Elizabeth Clark
Cinquain - Expressional
arm
might come
under his wing
has lost its power.
bladed!

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— Maria Lee
Butterfly Cinquain
section
component part
divide into segments
cutting without stock removal
portion
measure of central tendency
branch from intersection
air division
segment
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— Barbara Martin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Armed
ready
military
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Artillery
Branch
Limb
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— John Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Area
Poor
Under-arm
 
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— Linda Harris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.