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

Zedd
Conclusively mischievous, frolicsome or malicious.
variable
changeable
roving
outstanding
Certainly not decreasing, diminishing or dwindling.
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— Bobby Keegan
Yoda
Sling: Master will the world adapt to me?

A bricole, you were!
A spicule, you have been!
A launcher, you are!
A hanger, you will continually be!

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— Jeremy Milburn
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word sling
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for fling

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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— Beverly Sinclair
Waka
An unevenness
that is approximately
unintelligent.
To hook, clasp, cramp or crochet.
A small, narrow opening.

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— Kelleigh Duke
Verse (modern)
Sling

Poetry has a verse with sling, oddly enough it ends in cling.
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— Janice Rowland
Unitoum
Sling

Baffle
followed
puzzle
quickened

followed
ready
quickened
open

ready
enter
open
conquer

enter
puzzle
conquer
baffle.
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— Joan Valentine
Tanaka
Deceive somebody
to take evasive action
develop into
A fling, chuck, sling, dash or dart.
convey or communicate.

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— Keith Conway
Rondelet
Sling

Band of webbing,
longitudinal vibration.
Band of webbing,
dust shaken out of anything.
Traffic conditioning function,
composition of transmission.
Band of webbing.

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— Jonathan Maxwell
Quinzaine
Sling

Buckles can be many gags.
Honestly, are they?
Can they grow?

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— Albert Malone
Pi (π)
Can I cast a pulse, furnished so pupils might see
Terse pleasant innuendos, notably informing, and oh but provided free?
Launch or hurtle look way too manifest. But is pendant?
Slingshot, throw? - or catapult, Loopback? Oops! I neglected pennant!
I reckon suspender and certainly interrupt, but happily ought I
- found concepts so - sentences drafted with computers spry?
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— Jack Walton
Octosyllable
Really sticky and pitchy.
But also tricky and catchy.
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— Julie Thornton
Nonet
The act of hanging or dangling
dust shaken out of anything
to expel somebody from
crossing on same level
formation of loops
a bow or bob
catapult
project
fling
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— Janet Moss
Mirror Cinquain
sling
unsettled, sick
hurling, suspending, dropping
bandage to support an injured forearm
catapult
roll
make a thrusting forward movement
fling, casting, pitching
congenial, agreeable
hurl
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— Harold Baldwin
Limerick
There was a lad from Highland Fling,
And he wanted a word for sling.
      Sanding the main mast?
      But settled on cast!
So smart that dude from Highland Fling.
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— Jerry Lambert
Kural
Caste, moor, pitch, dispatch
Butcher's lifeless takes

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— Joshua Wade
Haiku (terse)
Initiated
incalculability
characteristic

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— Shirley Hudson
Haiku (3-word)
Regurgitating
individualizing
characteristic

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— Angela Riley
Haiku (modern)
A convolvulus,
bandy, sticky, and profound,
darts and suspenders.

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— Rebecca Elliott
Gnomic
A stupidity, silliness or foolishness.
A vertigo, dizziness or giddiness.

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— Jessica Grant
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
fling
project
projection
recirculation
a strap, belt, band, girdle or thong

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— Mátyás Warren
Diamante
Sling
arduous, rigorous
exploding, bragging, boasting
stroke, blow ..... place, head
identifying, establishing, committing
expedient, distinguished
determine
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— Brian Crawford
Cinquain - Phrasal
sling
triangular bandage
dragline crane shovel
a watchstrap or recirculation
pitch

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— Christopher Foster
Cinquain - Expressional
sling
my desert
place cast back
another and shot off.
bewildering!

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— Rut Ellis
Butterfly Cinquain
project
labour party
regard as objective
computation of the lump sum
design
to devise something to be done
statement of policy
Labor party
contrive
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— Joseph Cooper
Acrostic - Prefix
 Sick
lean
iridescent
nice
gooey
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— James Jackson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Suspend
Fling
Bricole
Launcher
Changeable
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— John Parker

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.