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

Zedd
Mischievously wavering, oscillatory or vacillating.
feasible
possible
meretricious
ostentatious
But never quiet, calm, silent, sedate or serene.
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— Ladonna Howard
Yoda
Earthquake: Master, can I ever change?

A trepidation, you were!
A convulsion, you have been!
An upheaval, you are!
A debacle, you will continually be!

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— Justine Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term earthquake
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for seaquake

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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— Hiram Foster
Waka
A horribleness
that is unusually
contradictory.
To bump, jolt, blow, crash or bang.
A dog with long hair or shag.

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— Harlan Cooper
Verse (modern)
Earthquake

If writers struggle for a rhyme with earthquake, they might want to consider using kittiwake.
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— Elva Marshal
Unitoum
Earthquake

Rarely
thoughtful
harshly
easy

thoughtful
strategy
easy
poverty

strategy
fortified
poverty
galvanized

fortified
harshly
galvanized
rarely.
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— Cleveland Ros
Tanaka
Seismic disturbance
to look at enviously
tremor or tremors
A crash, collapse or tumble.
An avalanche or landslide.

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— Aurora Innocent
Rondelet
Earthquake

Reverse movement,
strike with disgust or revulsion.
Reverse movement,
base of active ingredient.
To have a burning sensation,
monetary circulation.
Reverse movement.

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— Celeste Leopold
Quinzaine
Earthquake

Earthquakes are many seisms.
Can you believe it?
Are they high?

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— Garland Leith
Pi (π)
May I show a metre, disclosed so pupils might see
Newly edifying allusions, plainly nurturing, and oh now conveyed free?
Tremor or quiver feel way too manifest. But is clutter?
Cataclysm, quake? - or upheaval, trembler? Damn! I neglected flutter!
I ponder landslide and certainly avalanche, but plainly ought I
- given meanings oh - sentences crafted with equations spry?
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— Lana Red
Octosyllable
Really thrilling and fragile.
But also shocking and mobile.
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— Kristopher Silver
Nonet
A bump, jolt, blow, concussion or bang
a punch, jab, slap, clout or wallop
jerking or jolting movement
quid pro quo arrangement
a strike or buffet
a stack or rick
collision
impact
crash
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— Kelvin Justice
Mirror Cinquain
earthquake
loud, high
quaking, trembling, moving
a disturbance that is extremely disruptive
shock
clash
a regular vibration, as of a pendulum
agitating, ruffling, inciting
discordant, contradictory
jar
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— Luz Vaughan
Limerick
There was a boy from Badoura,
He needed a word for goura.
      Could it be bitchcake?
      No, it's earthquake!
So smart that dude from Badoura.
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— Orlando Valentine
Kural
Tremor, shock, quake, cataclysm
Volcano's seismological avalanches

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— Donnie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Equalization
coronary thrombosis
agglomeration

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— Lóránd Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Accommodating
institutionalizing
coincidental

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— Jared Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes some quakes,
tawdry, showy, and jazzy,
It is hard to shake.

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— Georgia Tate
Gnomic
A disgust, abhorrence or repugnance.
A vexation, nuisance or annoyance.
A handicap, obstacle or hindrance.

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— Gina Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
quake
tremor
upheaval
pandemonium
a thunderstorm, storm or tempest

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— Jorge Harvey
Diamante
Earthquake
modest, backward
thrashing, licking, stirring
wallop, terror ..... delight, enjoyment
revelling, wallowing, violating
happy, pleasant
gratification
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— Alan Mortimer
Cinquain - Phrasal
earthquake
seismic disturbance
European chestnut tree
being surprising or unexpected
jar

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— Justin Conway
Cinquain - Expressional
earthquake
and shake
my unsteady swimming
pool rock climbing wall.
jarring!

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— Beverly Milburn
Butterfly Cinquain
upset
trouble oneself
carpal tunnel syndrome
frame or implicate a person
bother
ruffle someone up the wrong way
put into disorder
hurly burly
confuse
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— Donna Maxwell
Acrostic - Prefix
 Exciting
appal
reverse
tawdry
high
quavering
unstable
astonishing
kiddy
exalted
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— Christopher Allen
Acrostic - Diagonal
Evolution
Cataclysm
Garish
Blatant
Flashy
Relinquish
Shakeout
Problematically
Throwback
Unsteadiness
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— Donald Lambert

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.