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

Zedd
Hastily curved, crooked, warped, wry or bandy.
fuzzy
frizzy
ringleted
corrugated
Rarely urgent, exigent, importunate or imperative.
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— Jeremy Howard
Yoda
Meander: Master, can I ever change?

A grin, before time you never were!
A tailspin, you have been!
A sophisticate, you are!
A plait, you will always be!

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— Kathy Eliot
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term meander
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for wander

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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— Adam Balfour
Waka
A deviousness
that is spasmodically
indeterminate.
To ruin, destroy or impair.
Being sketchy, dim or faint.

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— Kelleigh Innocent
Verse (modern)
Meander

If writers struggle for a rhyme with meander, they might want to consider using coriander.
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— Janice Leopold
Unitoum
Meander

Curve
fetched
bend
earned

fetched
sick
earned
low

sick
reap
low
grow

reap
bend
grow
curve.
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— Judith Leith
Tanaka
Deceive somebody
to bend loosely back and forth
pull a fast one on
A jerky pulling movement,
mary Morse baker eddy.

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— Joan Red
Rondelet
Meander

On the pavement,
systematic variation.
On the pavement,
carried away by a current.
Longitudinal vibration,
monetary circulation.
On the pavement.

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— Keith Silver
Quinzaine
Meander

Meanders are many threads.
Can you believe it?
Are they lame?

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— Jean Vaughan
Pi (π)
Can I cast a verse, furnished so people might see
Fully pleasing abstracts, clearly nurturing, and oh yet imparted free?
Wander or ramble look all too absolute. But is crinkle?
Wandering, twist? - or vagabond, straying? Darn! I excluded wrinkle!
I reason gallivant and certainly expatiate, but broadly ought I
- crank concepts so - abstracts fetched with computers spry?
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— Justin Bentley
Octosyllable
Really distant and roving.
But also errant and erring.
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— Jonathan Valentine
Nonet
to be legally separated
to visit several places
reciprocal agreement
taking out and about
perambulation
expatiate
labyrinth
ramble
stroll
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— Jack Harding
Mirror Cinquain
meander
wavy, curly
roaming, gallivanting, walking
a tortuous or intricate movement
bend
rotation
incidental or opportune deed or office
veering, swerving, deviating
heated, fevered
turn
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— Juan Osborne
Limerick
There was a man from Lake Leander,
He wanted a word for meander.
      Not the vice of love?
      But settled on rove!
So smart that guy from Lake Leander.
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— Arthur Malone
Kural
Curve, bend, range, twine
Drift's wavy menses

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— Catherine Moss
Haiku (terse)
Circumvolution
grammatical construction
tortuosity

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— Joshua Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Regurgitating
valetudinarian
peregrination

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— Jerry Benson
Haiku (modern)
A deviousness,
maroon, roving, and wiry,
indiscernible!

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— Amanda Baldwin
Gnomic
The act of agitating, stirring or churning.
The act of wrecking, destroying or ruining.

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— Gregory Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
twist
ramble
vagabond
a snake or serpent

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— Kathleen Wade
Diamante
Meander
arched, crooked
deforming, diverting, swerving
curve, bend ..... race, gush
hastening, emanating, skimming
fragrant, aromatic
rush
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— Mátyás Elliott
Cinquain - Phrasal
meander
leisurely walk
to make flexuous
to wriggle or squirm
bend

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— Helen Ellis
Cinquain - Expressional
meander
to travel
around the circle
of ruin and imbecility.
rambling!

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— Kenneth Grant
Butterfly Cinquain
wander
throw forcefully
have a conversation
to visit several places
ramble
carried away by a current
vertical boring mill
leisurely walk
digress
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— Karen Jordan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Maroon
erratic
aimless
nomadic
downy
erratical
ringleted
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— John Jackson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Maze
Bend
Roam
Turn
Wound
Saunter
Crisscross
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— Barbara Bennett
Acrostic - Suffix
Roam
Amble
Mazia
Turn
Bend
Curve
Saunter
 
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— Christopher Cole

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.