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

Zedd
Freshly enormous, monstrous, huge, immense or mountainous.
chief
brief
calmer
firmer
imperative
authoritative
But never ancillary, auxiliary, secondary, assistant or adjuvant.
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— Jack Benson
Yoda
Officer: Master, can I change?

An underling, before time you never were!
A meaning, you have been!
A constable, you are!
An article, you will always be!

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— Joe Hardy
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word officer
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for voicer

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Diane Fletcher
Waka
Like parameters,
they're octogenarian.
Rarely ever coy.
A timekeeper or timer.
An employee or servant.

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— Joyce Lambert
Verse (modern)
Officer

Can verse find a rhyme for officer? Maybe poets will use curiouser.
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— Arthur Wade
Unitoum
Officer

Court
douse
state
quash

douse
field
quash
tap

field
wait
tap
love

wait
state
love
court.
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— Carl Garrett
Tanaka
White-collar worker
woman police constable
supervisory staff
To run, drive or operate.
A poster or stationer.

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— Henry Harvey
Rondelet
Officer

Police agent,
to go into operation.
Police agent,
editorial management.
Managerial position,
skillful in administration.
Police agent.

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— Carolyn Willis
Quinzaine
Officer

They often administer.
Do we need police?
Are they nice?

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— Gautier Grant
Pi (π)
May I give a metre, published so beings might see
Fully edifying abstracts, readily informing, and oh but evermore free?
Jobber or poster look way too absolute. But is hatcher?
Policeman, clerk? - or servicer, official? Darn! I neglected watcher!
I wonder constable and otherwise stationer, but plainly ought I
- found meanings so - summaries written from computers spry?
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— Amanda Kennedy
Octosyllable
Really divine and ruling.
But also marine and willing.
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— Gregory Mason
Nonet
member of the board of directors
newspaper representative
senior program specialist
working with a machine
administrator
supervisor
policeman
jobber
clerk
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— Andrew Porter
Mirror Cinquain
officer
peremptory, bossy
navigating, operating, presiding
a charger, trustor, brewer or caricaturist
jobber
feer
formerly a strong horse ridden into battle
mustering, tampering, charging
baser, institutionalist
charger
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— Eric Tucker
Limerick
There was a young dude from Graybill,
He wanted a word for playbill.
      Like sloppy oyster?
      But then thought poster!
That literate guy from Graybill.
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— Deborah Freeman
Kural
Appointment, bureau, place, employment
Situation's unbiased tycoons

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— Anthony Marshall
Haiku (terse)
Intermediate
valetudinarian
negotiator

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— George Foster
Haiku (3-word)
Initiating
valetudinarian
negotiator

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— Kenneth Cole
Haiku (modern)
An executive,
central conveniences,
ministerial!

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— Carol Jordan
Gnomic
A placer, seater or siter.
A scribe, clerk or writer.

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— Donald Henderson
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
job
bureau
appointment
secretaryship
a post, position or station

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— Havel Bennett
Diamante
Officer
barrelled, sunken
locating, arranging, installing
berth, position ..... wage, hand
reaching, engaging, conveying
useful, gainful
blue-collar
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— Christopher Cooper
Cinquain - Phrasal
officer
business leader
on company service
being assistant or auxiliary
agency

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— Guillaume Parker
Cinquain - Expressional
officer
in charge
with the commission
you neglected your duty.
clerical!

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— Joseph Bailey
Butterfly Cinquain
leader
a commander
magnetic tape trailer
conductor of an orchestra
captain
in respect of its poverty
reference cone apex
chief officer
hero
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— Barbara Carter
Acrostic - Prefix
 Operative
functionary
firmer
incumbent
commanding
expert
representative
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— James Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Operate
Effector
Infiltrator
Administer
Policeman
Charger
Berther
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— John Harris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.