Toto Poetry
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Poetic Definitions: fainting
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Conclusively weak, frail, impotent, infirm or feeble.
swooning
drooping
spineless
nerveless
Certainly not smart, clever, astute, agile or nimble.
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— Julius Howard
Yoda
Fainting: Master, what does the future hold?

Clever, you never were!
Unsure, you have been!
Energetic, you are not!
Sick, you will eternally be!

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— Belinda Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term fainting
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for feinting

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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— Shelly Foster
Waka
Just like the trances,
they're naturally flabby.
Neither chaste nor strong!
Remember and cite by heart,
do things without a purpose.

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— Misty Cooper
Verse (modern)
Fainting

Poets who struggle ryhming fainting, might want to try using painting.
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— Leah Marshal
Unitoum
Fainting

Weakly
vivid
slightly
lucent

vivid
blackout
lucent
coward

blackout
practised
coward
managed

practised
slightly
managed
weakly.
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— Nina Ros
Tanaka
From the top downward
hard but easily broken
poor in quality
To die, succumb or expire.
A breaker, platoon or surge.

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— Dwayne Innocent
Rondelet
Fainting

Guard position,
unresisting acquiescence.
Guard position,
waiver of a right of action.
An impassable barbed wire fence,
out-of-body experience.
Guard position.

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— Claudia Leopold
Quinzaine
Fainting

Poetry ignores trances.
Are they magical?
Will they draw?

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— Melinda Leith
Pi (π)
May I cast a poesy, disclosed so pupils might see
Newly pleasant abstracts, proudly nurturing, and oh now revealed free?
Lowing or laxing seem way too absolute. But is sicking?
Tendering, faint? - or flatting, gentling? Damn! I deserted wicking!
I ponder obscuring and sometimes faintness, but happily ought I
- paste concepts so - innuendos written with computers spry?
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— Duane Red
Octosyllable
Really sallow and slender.
But also yellow and tender.
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— Lucy Silver
Nonet
To unfasten, untie or unbind
to exonerate or acquit
to unfetter or unchain
to absolve or excuse
liberalizing
liberating
licensing
fulling
slack
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— Melanie Justice
Mirror Cinquain
fainting
weak, dull
lowing, gentling, shorting
the act of smalling, scanting, thinning or minuting
syncope
amnesia
a suspension of radio or tv broadcasting
hiding, concealing, disallowing
faint, obscure
blackout
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— Móric Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Roebling,
She needed a word for feebling.
      Like to bo-diddle?
      Or mollycoddle!
Thought the woman from Roebling.
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— Lynn Valentine
Kural
Collapse, syncope, lite, blackout
Keel's feeble vapors

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— Lucille Harding
Haiku (terse)
Ungenerously
valetudinarian
lackadaisical

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— Allen Morley
Haiku (3-word)
Asphyxiating
valetudinarian
disintegration

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— Sheila Stirling
Haiku (modern)
Soft, slack, low and slight,
flabby, fragile, and listless,
lackadaisical!

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— Bradley Ros
Gnomic
A vacillation, fluctuation or oscillation.
A hesitance, indecision or irresolution.
A fatigue, lassitude or exhaustion.

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— Stanley Ridley
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
slack
sickly
shadowy
imperceptible

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— Paula Reagan
Diamante
Fainting
disloyal, untrue
turning, stopping, shortening
syncope, recreant ..... patent, perspicuity
monopolizing, altering, fulfilling
manifest, evident
obvious
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— Julia Carlisle
Cinquain - Phrasal
fainting
zonk out
turn one's back
to sink into dejection
dizzy

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— Douglas Bentley
Cinquain - Expressional
fainting
and indistinct
small crater rims
which are commonly called.
dizzy!

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— Mildred Hartley
Butterfly Cinquain
blackout
memory loss
low pressure area
failure of electricity
brownout
pressure below atmospheric
being out of service
power failure
dimout
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— Shirley Harding
Acrostic - Diagonal
Feeble
Languishing
Dying
Thinner
Prostration
Swooning
Ignorant
Gentling
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— Havel Morris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.