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

Zedd
Accurately equivalent or equal.
binding
cording
desmoid
fibroid
No, never single or individual.
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— Katherine Bristol
Yoda
Ligament: Please master, what is next?

An attachment, you were!
A compartment, you have been!
A binder, you are!
A fastener, you will continually be!

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— Mildred Silver
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term ligament
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for attachment

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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— Jean Duke
Waka
Just like the bandages,
they're regularly strapping.
Neither clear nor odd!
A line, string, rank or airstrip.
Being oblique or slanting.

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— Jonathan Vaughan
Verse (modern)
Ligament

If you need a rhyme for ligament, you'll eventually find rearmament.
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— Jack Valentine
Unitoum
Ligament

Ring
violated
cluster
picked

violated
mass
picked
strapping

mass
undo
strapping
devastate

undo
cluster
devastate
ring.
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— Juan Harding
Tanaka
Supporting corset
to lay an embargo on
fasten together
Hanging bowl for lamp or fish,
Being bushy or thickset.

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— Catherine Whitaker
Quinzaine
Ligament

Bandages are many swathes.
Can you believe it?
Are they striped?

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— Stephanie Warner
Pi (π)
Can I show a rhyme, proclaimed so beings might see
Fully charming sentences, vividly informing, and oh but revealed free?
String or tendon seem all too apparent. But is binding?
Connexion, strap? - or ligature, bandages? Oops! I excluded bonding!
I wonder fastening and therefore coherence, but broadly ought I
- blurt meanings so - sentences fetched from equations spry?
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— Amanda Benson
Octosyllable
Really binding and desmoid.
But also roving and fibroid.
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— Jerry Hardy
Nonet
A gang, cohort, troop, crew or party
a line, stripe, streak, frill or airstrip
periodontal membrane
interchange envelope
a sliver or slat
a list or heel
connection
bandage
band
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— Martha Lambert
Mirror Cinquain
ligament
joint, connective
wrapping, banding, ring
a group, pack, swathe, batch or cluster
bond
link
an assembly, gathering, assemblage, hookup or meeting
joining, connecting, attaching
allied, relational
connection
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— Gregory Harvey
Limerick
There was a young girl from Sayre,
She wanted a word for tyre.
      Like orchid grinding?
      But then thought binding!
So smart that lady from Sayre.
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— Kathleen Montgomery
Kural
Tie, bond, cord, attachment
Sinew's desmoid chains

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— Stephen Oliver
Haiku (terse)
Communication
intercommunication
association

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— Shell Warren
Haiku (3-word)
Cooperating
individualizing
international

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— Sarah Grant
Haiku (modern)
A federation,
uneasy relationships,
widely coherent!

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— Deborah Willis
Gnomic
A heap, pile or accumulation.
A part, piece or portion.

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— Steven Tucker
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
bond
tendon
bandages
communication
a band, bandage, strap, tape or strip

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— Kenneth Marshall
Diamante
Ligament
hoarse, gruff
fastening, calling, coalescing
stripes, seth ..... sprinkle, gauge
moistening, calculating, interspersing
cruel, nasty
disband
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— Karen Cole
Cinquain - Phrasal
ligament
connective tissue
blast furnace bottom
assets available for distribution
band

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— Guillaume Hall
Cinquain - Expressional
ligament
tub ring
or fairy circle
was natural and genial.
strapping!

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— Christopher Bennett
Butterfly Cinquain
cluster
bunch together
exposed conductive part
a framework on which silkworms spin
huddle
petrous part of temporal bone
coke oven battery
crowd together
bundle
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— Barbara Walker
Acrostic - Prefix
 Limited
interconnected
gentle
able
mandatory
equal
necessary
taut
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Lacing
Tie
Gaggle
Attachment
Mishmash
Stripe
Wrapping
Conjunction
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— John Taylor
Acrostic - Suffix
Frill
Scampi
Lacing
Copula
Ram
Tie
Association
Knot
 
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— Linda Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.