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

Zedd
Naturally menial, subservient, submissive or servile.
miserable
favorable
accidental
implemental
But never large, wide, broad, spacious or ample.
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— Ruby Howard
Yoda
Slave: Master, what will come of me?

A bondwoman, without a doubt you were!
A captain, you have not been!
A servant, you are!
An imprisonment, you will invariably be!

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— Julia Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To slave I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like adventitious
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using generous

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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— Bonnie Foster
Waka
Just like the travails,
they're subsequently captive.
Neither weak nor mild!
Burn the candle at both ends,
A villain, villein or knave.

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— Wanda Ros
Verse (modern)
Slave

If writers struggle for a rhyme with slave, they might want to consider using lave.
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— Carlos Bristol
Unitoum
Slave

Therefore
ready
wherefore
costless

ready
servant
costless
labor

servant
perished
labor
fastened

perished
wherefore
fastened
therefore.
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— Marilyn Keegan
Tanaka
Stolen goods or Loots
burn the candle at both ends
act as a driver
A travail, fatigue or jade.
To worry or agonize.

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— Denise Wallis
Rondelet
Slave

Take prisoner,
intellectual exertion.
Take prisoner,
person who works as a cleaner.
Professional occupation,
negative justification.
Take prisoner.

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— Harry Carlisle
Quinzaine
Slave

Slaves are many labors.
Can you believe it?
Are they maned?

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— Adam Delaney
Pi (π)
Can I pass a meter, published so crowds might see
Terse charming abstracts, thereby nurturing, and oh how evermore free?
Thrall or drudge look all too manifest. But is learned?
Bondwoman, helot? - or bondsman, inferior? Damn! I neglected yearned!
I reason assistant and certainly dependent, but rightly ought I
- paste concepts so - innuendos crafted from computers spry?
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— Bruce Giles
Octosyllable
Really careless and servile.
But also beardless and fertile.
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— Benjamin Farrell
Nonet
city and county health officer
unit of one hundred soldiers
establishment committee
white collar employee
table attendant
a chap or guy
menial
flunky
tame
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— Justin Whitaker
Mirror Cinquain
slave
ancillary, subservient
wincing, flinching, cringing
a person who is owned by someone
thrall
bondage
the condition of a conquered country
yoking, slaving, tracking
rural, common
servitude
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— Jack Mckenzie
Limerick
There was a gal from Close Shave,
And she needed a word for slave.
      Like wink wink nudge nudge?
      But then thought drudge!
That smart woman from Close Shave.
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— Arthur Gill
Kural
Serf, labor, bondman, thrall
Fag's unhurried deliveries

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— Carl Hammond
Haiku (terse)
Demonologist
conscientious objector
dipsomaniac

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— Dennis Hudson
Haiku (3-word)
Appreciating
valetudinarian
pulverization

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— Carolyn Lawson
Haiku (modern)
Tired, good, lax and loose,
enthral, jaded, and servile,
gradually dig.

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— Marie Lucas
Gnomic
Being dissolute, profligate or licentious.
Being abundant, plentiful or copious.

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— Martha Warren
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
serf
servant
bondwoman
accommodation

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— Andrew Mason
Diamante
Slave
perfect, active
serving, cultivating, agitating
labor, bondman ..... gentleman, overlord
reducing, acquiring, checking
great, honourable
master
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— Carol Freeman
Cinquain - Phrasal
slave
bond servant
be subservient to
drag a lengthened chain
labor

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— Charles Jordan
Cinquain - Expressional
slave
labor building
from the university
established by national law.
generous!

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— George Marshall
Butterfly Cinquain
chattel
country estate
furnitures and fixtures
mobile telephone subscriber
labor
event correlation process
furniture and fittings
medical goods
bondman
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— Maria Wallace
Acrostic - Prefix
 Subordinate
lucky
assistant
valuable
enthral
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— Mary Harris
Acrostic - Diagonal
Serf
Plentiful
Inasmuch
Grovel
Consequently
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— Linda Hall

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.