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

Zedd
Engagingly smashing, shattering or crushing.
striated
weighted
shieling
swindling
No, never soft, gentle, bland, tender or mild.
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— Justin Harding
Yoda
Graze: Master, tell my future?

A field, before creation you were!
A hayfield, you have been!
A crop, you are!
A shop, you will unendingly be!

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— Jonathan Mckenzie
Xenia Epigram
To graze I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like incision
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using excoriation

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Teresa Osborne
Waka
Just like envelopes,
they're unsophisticated.
No, never utter!
To wind or fold together.
A packing or packaging.

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— Jack Malone
Verse (modern)
Graze

Rappers needing a lyric after graze, may want to consider inserting craze.
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— Juan Moss
Unitoum
Graze

Scrabble
castigated
rake
debased

castigated
petty
debased
occasional

petty
verify
occasional
quieten

verify
rake
quieten
scrabble.
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— Joe Tate
Tanaka
Develop into
to have a drink together
defeat thoroughly
Being rasping or grating.
gospel according to mark.

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— Arthur Benson
Rondelet
Graze

Open a hill,
a superficial abrasion.
Open a hill,
to stabilize or to keep still.
Take into consideration,
"Without rub or interruption.
Open a hill.

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— Amanda Dawson
Quinzaine
Graze

Grazes can be several shops.
Can you believe it?
Are they huge?

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— Jerry Lambert
Pi (π)
Can I cast a metre, delivered so pupils might see
Newly didactic innuendos, frankly educating, and oh now divulged free?
Scrape or abrade feel all too manifest. But is binding?
Excoriate, chafe? - or abrasion, scraping? Damn! I neglected winding!
I reckon bamboozle and sometimes pasturage, but broadly ought I
- throw meanings so - innuendos drafted with equations spry?
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— Martha Miles
Octosyllable
Really fleeting and galling.
But also roving and binding.
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— Gregory Wade
Nonet
to pick up a scanty livelihood
to look at every penny twice
keep up a correspondence
to live from hand to mouth
to take off the skin
excoriate
excavate
abrade
graze
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— Rebecca Harvey
Mirror Cinquain
graze
bruised, sore
scraping, reducing, paring
to touch something lightly in passing
abrasion
friction
a wearing down to weaken or destroy
rubbing, chafing, grinding
vague, unclear
attrition
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— Anna Elliott
Limerick
There was a young gal from Bridwell,
She wanted a word for handbell.
      Like itching the scratch?
      But then thought wristwatch!
So smart that lady from Bridwell.
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— Amy Grant
Kural
Crop, brush, rake, pasturage
Excoriation's crisp injuries

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— Cynthia Mason
Haiku (terse)
Deteriorate
disagreeability
clarification

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— Brian Hamilton
Haiku (3-word)
Excoriating
individualising
aleatory

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— Michelle Cole
Haiku (modern)
Sore, raw, smooth and rough,
Almost initiated.
Cowherds and pastures.

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— Mátyás Jordan
Gnomic
A hardness, toughness or stiffness.
A tidiness, neatness or cleanliness.
A tautness, tightness or tenseness.

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— Kenneth Alexander
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
scratch
pasture
abrasion
excoriation

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— George Foster
Diamante
Graze
trim, thin
characterizing, reducing, commemorating
mark, slash ..... flatness, luster
lightening, radiating, enriching
glossy, brilliant
smooth
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— Havel Howard
Cinquain - Phrasal
graze
cut short
come in contact
to furnish pasture for
browse

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— Joseph Parker
Cinquain - Expressional
graze
and scrape
from the skin
that we should touch.
rasping!

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— Nancy Morris
Butterfly Cinquain
open
not literal
collection of liquid
beverages distilled from flowers
candid
cutting without stock removal
not freezing severely
control surface
honest
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— David Mitchell
Acrostic - Diagonal
Gash
Browse
Chafe
Frizzing
Shave
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— Barbara Jackson
Acrostic - Suffix
Skimming
Par
Marijuana
Whiz
Browse
 
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— Elizabeth Lee

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.