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

Zedd
Subordinately nasty, villainous, ugly, black or foul.
puerile
juvenile
unimportant
insignificant
Certainly not grand, great, sublime or magnificent.
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— Ryan Lambert
Yoda
Junior: Master, what is my future?

Superior, in every other way you never were!
Inferior, you have been!
Old, you are not!
Newfangled, you will invariably be!

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— Arthur Lucas
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term junior
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for inferior

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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— Carl Garrett
Waka
Just like the seconds,
they're subordinately young.
No, never senior!
A kid, child, infant or bairn.
Being new, fresh or recent.

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— Douglas Reid
Verse (modern)
Junior

Let's shoot the poet using junior, as the verse she's writing ends in senior.
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— Marie Harvey
Unitoum
Junior

Boy
rule
page
own

rule
aide
own
youth

aide
knock
youth
guide

knock
page
guide
boy.
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— Carolyn Montgomery
Tanaka
Show brotherly love
assistant patrol leader
cannot do without
A parvenu or upstart.
Being shallow or concave.

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— Gautier Oliver
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Junior

Do junior versions here my scripts expose?
A phrase, a word, a blurb, it’s clear I’m thrown
Perhaps one day my verse will smell of rose
For what you type in my website as shown.

This meter sings, but lacks some content speed
I’ll pledge some verse humanity can’t bare
An algorithm tight and neat I need
Oh man, that’s a tough phrase, so odd, so rare.

But being master writer tries the brains
My coding spews it forth and makes you snore
Especially for now, your topic strains
For just that phrase, a poem is a bore.

Computer crafted prose, it never stops,
My network graph is vast! It burns and pops!
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— Dennis Lawson
Rondelet
Junior

Less important,
of short duration or distance.
Less important,
administrative assistant.
Small and of little importance,
having little experience.
Less important.

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— Martha Berry
Quinzaine
Junior

Juniors can be many sons.
Honestly, are they?
Can they come?

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— Gregory Spencer
Pi (π)
Can I lend a rhyme, proclaimed so pupils might see
Terse defining overviews, hastily imparting, and oh yes imparted free?
Little or puisne feel way too apparent. But is cleaner?
Youngster, young? - or inferior, youthful? Darn! I neglected gleaner!
I reckon dependent and similarly underling, but happily ought I
- crank concepts so - summaries fetched with equations spry?
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— Andrew Grant
Octosyllable
Really tender and airy.
But also slender and wiry.
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— Anna Warren
Nonet
resident medical officer
administrative assistant
conscientious objector
that child is a handful
insignificant
inferior
puerile
minor
poor
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— Angela Kennedy
Mirror Cinquain
junior
inferior, subordinate
associating, stopping, deviating
being little, small, petty, insignificant or diminutive
youngster
waiter
age, but only to experience in seamanship
raising, producing, elevating
dark, black
boy
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— Cynthia Mason
Limerick
There was a guy from Glen Elder,
He wanted a word for older.
      Grooming your junior?
      No, it's senior!
So smart that boy from Glen Elder.
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— Deborah Hunter
Kural
Boy, puisne, upstart, subject
Youngster's inferior smalls

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— Sarah Porter
Haiku (terse)
Subordinate clause
executive officer
insignificant

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— Donald Cole
Haiku (3-word)
Associating
valetudinarian
subsidiary

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— Kenneth Jordan
Haiku (modern)
Young, small, new and low,
teenage, shallow, and tender,
insignificant!

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— Carol Marshall
Gnomic
Being new, recent or fresh.
Anew, again or afresh.

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— Havel Hamilton
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
young
youthful
immature
insignificant

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— Daniel Alexander
Diamante
Junior
qualified, dependant
curbing, vanquishing, positting
subject, youngster ..... head, dean
navigating, supervising, preceding
grand, chief
senior
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— Dorothy Howard
Cinquain - Phrasal
junior
for children
show brotherly love
drawing toward the end
inferior

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— David Carter
Cinquain - Expressional
junior
and minor
dances of inferior
vigour hard for young.
subordinate!

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— Charles Reed
Butterfly Cinquain
tender
invoke upon
medium of exchange
easily moved or influenced
offer
standard conditions and contract
workpiece rotation disk
agree freely
proffer
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— Barbara Wright
Acrostic - Prefix
 Juvenile
unimportant
new
inferior
original
recent
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— James Clark
Acrostic - Diagonal
Juvenile
Quit
Minor
Insignificant
Discontinue
Upstart
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— John Walker
Acrostic - Suffix
Adj
You
Son
Mini
Go
Inferior
 
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— Linda Allen

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.