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

Zedd
Particularly gigantic, terrific or tremendous.
enduring
strapping
burdensome
cumbersome
But never timid, bashful or self-conscious.
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— Bridget Howard
Yoda
Hulk: Master, am I giant?

A monstrosity, you were!
A body, you have been!
A framework, you are!
An ark, you will continually be!

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— Abraham Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To hulk I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like arrogant
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using giant

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Rhydderch Foster
Waka
Frequently, it is
an integumentary
superficies.
A shell, husk, peel, pod or skin.
To crowd, heap, cluster or herd.

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— Grant Cooper
Verse (modern)
Hulk

Too few verses find a rhyme with hulk, especially knowning there is bulk.
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— Omar Marshal
Unitoum
Hulk

Primarily
special
largely
worthy

special
block
worthy
clod

block
halve
clod
diverge

halve
largely
diverge
primarily.
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— Orlando Ros
Tanaka
Motor enclosure
external conformation
building envelope
The outer shell of the ship.
To envelop or enfold.

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— Arturo Innocent
Rondelet
Hulk

Urban center,
center of negotiation.
Urban center,
bottom sediments and water.
Enclosure of air pollution,
packaging and presentation.
Urban center.

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— Cilla Leopold
Quinzaine
Hulk

Congeries are many sens.
Can you believe it?
Are they great?

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— Minnie Leith
Pi (π)
Can I show a poesy, delivered so people might see
Newly pleasant notations, plainly nurturing, and oh but provided free?
Casing or sheath look all too absolute. But is feather?
Enclosure, shell? - or envelope, wrapping? Damn! I deserted leather!
I reason structure and therefore community, but plainly ought I
- speak meanings so - allusions crafted with equations spry?
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— Georgia Red
Octosyllable
Really haughty and muggy.
But also weighty and soggy.
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— Arnold Silver
Nonet
planetary configuration
horizontal equivalent
typographical error
mask for inhalation
a body or trunk
envelope curve
encasement
housing
husk
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— Lóránd Justice
Mirror Cinquain
hulk
sturdy, muscular
levitating, hesitating, dominating
being clumsy, lumpish, elephantine, ponderous or unwieldy
colossus
mammoth
a man of extraordinari bulk and stature
thumping, smacking, banging
huge, enormous
giant
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— Gina Anselm
Limerick
There was a clever guy from Hull,
And he needed a word for null.
      Shlackin' the glacknoid?
      But then thought void!
That very clever lad from Hull.
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— Jorge Ocean
Kural
Colossus, heavyweight, monster, whale
Goliath's robust behemoths

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— Bernard Beaumont
Haiku (terse)
Accumulation
medulla oblongata
agglomeration

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— Aaron Rich
Haiku (3-word)
Communicating
institutionalizing
considerable

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— Howard Rowland
Haiku (modern)
Can you vacillate?
Bulky, massy, and heavy,
Evokes a carcass.

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— Bryan Ritchie
Gnomic
A character, nature or disposition.
An annulment, abrogation or cancellation.

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— Billy Osborne
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
shell
carcass
colossus
collectivity

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— Benjamin Hammond
Diamante
Hulk
swollen, bloated
shambling, deforming, inflating
bulge, clump ..... fragment, baffle
eluding, preventing, outwitting
shameless, saucy
disconnect
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— Martha Montgomery
Cinquain - Phrasal
hulk
giant star
skeleton greater part
anything bulky or unwieldly
colossus

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— Brian Grant
Cinquain - Expressional
hulk
slow heavy
giant bald bearded
monster who had almost.
robust!

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— Sarah Willis
Butterfly Cinquain
bottom
tail assembly
corrugated built up
basic sediments and water
backside
modified inversion stress view
low pressure area
rainwater head
basis
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— George Hamilton
Acrostic - Prefix
 Heavy
unreadable
large
king-size
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— Guillaume Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Hover
Burly
Colossus
Gawk
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— Ryszard Cooper
Acrostic - Suffix
Behemoth
Portmanteau
Shell
Wreck
 
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— Christopher Howard

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.