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

Zedd
Correspondingly lumpish or hulking.
veined
finned
judiciary
exemplary
Certainly not extensive or sweeping.
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— Shmuel Ridley
Yoda
Gill: Master, was I conventional?

A ladder, before creation you were!
A sledgehammer, you have been!
A tally, you are!
An electricity, you will unendingly be!

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— Cheryl Talbot
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term gill
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for rill

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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— Gerald Duke
Waka
Just like the breeches,
they're immediately sheer.
No, never knotty!
A leg, prong, shank or tendril.
To shoot or spread in branches.

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— Evelyn Cherry
Verse (modern)
Gill

Let's shoot the poet using gill, as the verse she's writing ends in will.
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— Doris Valentine
Unitoum
Gill

Gush
perfused
jet
extended

perfused
fluvial
extended
common

fluvial
bleed
common
vacate

bleed
jet
vacate
gush.
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— Jack Farrell
Tanaka
Lower part of cheeks
respiratory organ
tailstock spindle sleeve
A barrel or cylinder.
Chatter, chatter, chatter, still?.

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— Julie Dalton
Rondelet
Gill

Szechwan province,
a session at divination.
Szechwan province,
going through an experience.
Interruption of transmission,
to go into operation.
Szechwan province.

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— Arthur Walton
Quinzaine
Gill

Gills can be many gullets.
Honestly, are they?
Can they seem?

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— Carl Moss
Pi (π)
Can I pass a poesy, delivered so crowds might see
Fully charming sentences, readily nurturing, and oh how provided free?
Stream or branch look way too apparent. But is crinkle?
Streamlet, brook? - or fountain, Standard? Damn! I excluded wrinkle!
I wonder artillery and sometimes gill-like, but rightly ought I
- state meanings so - summaries fetched with computers spry?
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— Henry Love
Octosyllable
Really current and instant.
But also present and gallant.
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— Douglas Dawson
Nonet
A gutter, river, staircase or chute
constant current power supply
body of flowing water
an inflow or influx
electricity
obscurity
rivulet
volley
rill
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— Marie Wade
Mirror Cinquain
gill
maiden, fresh
wing, tubing, earring
an organ for aquatic respiration
lamella
scale
a brilliance, refulgence, radiance or brilliancy
chipping, paring, dropping
inconsistent, freakish
flake
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— Carolyn Garrett
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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— Martha Willis
Kural
Lamella, rivulet, adze, gullet
Hatchet's exemplary canyons

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— Pamela Mason
Haiku (terse)
Electricity
Mediterranean Sea
expediency

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— Cynthia Harrison
Haiku (3-word)
Administrating
individualizing
intellectual

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— Amy Marshall
Haiku (modern)
Can you decorate?
Visual avocations,
Scales and lamellae.

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— Eric Freeman
Gnomic
An employment, job or occupation.
A state, situation or condition.
An idea, notion or conception.

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— Sarah Jordan
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
rill
streamlet
watercourse
a glen or canyon

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— Shell Coleman
Diamante
Gill
light, current
dropping, charting, rolling
rivulet, watercourse ..... trickle, garbage
sifting, altering, filling
deficient, irrelevant
slobber
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— Carol Brooks
Cinquain - Phrasal
gill
thin plate
a young woman
lower part of cheeks
branchia

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— Charles Stewart
Cinquain - Expressional
gill
flow gently
in the current
versions run on windows.
common!

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— Donna Cooper
Butterfly Cinquain
barrel
a cylinder
bearing liner backing
funnel for water disposal
vessel
a vessel used for keeping flour
fibre optics cladding
measuring pole
scurry
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— Maria Parker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Girl
Rivulet
Cylinder
Jowl
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— Guillaume Wilson
Acrostic - Suffix
Wing
Axi
Girl
Jowl
 
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— David Harris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.