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

Zedd
Beggarly professional, adept or expert.
standard
sideward
paging
piercing
Rarely soothing, anodyne or emollient.
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— Bruno Howard
Yoda
Grayfish: Master, is this all there is?

A bowfin, you were!
A pin, you have been!
A womanizer, you are!
A hanger, you will continually be!

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— Gavin Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term grayfish
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for dogfish

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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— Margo Foster
Waka
Just like the latches,
they're rigorously abrupt.
Neither free nor bare!
To cause to start or spring forth.
A rod used in roof bolting.

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— Donovan Cooper
Unitoum
Grayfish

Dog
subdued
bloodhound
conciliated

subdued
ugly
conciliated
repulsive

ugly
lighten
repulsive
placate

lighten
bloodhound
placate
dog.
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— Candy Ros
Tanaka
Dance attendance on
to follow up a matter
pin oneself upon
A puppet, doll or poppet.
informal term for a man.

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— Jenifer Innocent
Rondelet
Grayfish

Rack element,
wooden needle used in thatching.
Rack element,
liabilities engagement.
Directory advertising,
immediately following.
Rack element.

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— Winifred Leopold
Quinzaine
Grayfish

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they unpleasant?
Will they tease?

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— Gretchen Leith
Pi (π)
Can I cast a meter, proclaimed so people might see
Terse defining sentences, crudely informing, and oh but provided free?
Hammer or pursue seem way too absolute. But is carrier?
Scoundrel, latch? - or boathook, blighter? Darn! I excluded harrier!
I ponder beleaguer and sometimes paperclip, but happily ought I
- throw meanings so - innuendos crafted with computers spry?
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— Caleb Red
Octosyllable
Really forlorn and waspish.
But also suborn and brackish.
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— Blanca Silver
Nonet
to assert something obstinately
corner or space for the boxes
partition or closure boards
platen hanger and guide
common spiny fish
rack element
fastener
ratchet
bolt
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— Whitney Justice
Mirror Cinquain
grayfish
villainous, wicked
hammering, sulking, refining
a tyke, wretch, rascal, scoundrel or ruffian
doggy
hound
being dispassionate, bloodless, unopened, unmoved or indifferent
dogging, hounding, lashing
bovine, fishy
canine
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— Candice Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Hoback,
She wanted a word for polack.
      Such as jellyfish?
      But then thought grayfish!
So smart that woman from Hoback.
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— Candace Valentine
Kural
Dogfish, bowfin, pooch, hound
Cock's spiny lapdogs

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— Maggie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Denomination
individuality
sensationalism

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— Geneva Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Delineating
valetudinarian
investigator

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— Margarita Benson
Haiku (modern)
It's persecuting!
Is just like a costliness,
Can you beleaguer?

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— Marguerite Tate
Gnomic
To pursue, persecute or prosecute.
Being sharp, keen or acute.

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— Margie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
dog
dogfish

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— Gwendolyn Harvey
Diamante
Grayfish
peachy, nifty
threatening, coercing, terrorizing
scoundrel, bully ..... balm, salve
alleviating, assuaging, delivering
tasty, fragrant
mollify
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— Floyd Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
grayfish
ganoid fish
brown cat shark
a lapdog or puppy
bowfin

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— Marjorie Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
grayfish
to track
or road course
by the first train.
imperfect!

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— Lloyd Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
hammer
Egyptian pound
exposed conductive part
equality of rank and rights
gavel
a power tool for drilling rocks
usually with out
Cypriot pound
buffet
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— Rita Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Deceitful
overstrung
glib
false
ill
sinister
humanitarian
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— Jennifer Lucas
Acrostic - Diagonal
Dud
Pooch
Beggar
Catfishes
Implicitly
Sweepstakes
Hammerhead
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— Margaret Whitaker
Acrostic - Suffix
Wicked
Voodoo
Hammering
Chief
Psi
Sharks
Latch
 
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— Peggy Brooks

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.