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

Zedd
Movingly invigorating or inspiring.
branching
haltering
vaporized
volatilized
But neither flourishing nor thriving.
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— Jeremy Morley
Yoda
Winging: Master, do I have a bright future?

A falsehood, in every other way you were!
A railroad, you have been!
A shunt, you are!
An inducement, you will constantly be!

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— Billy Ely
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word winging
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for limbing

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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— Adam Ridley
Waka
Like aerobatics,
they're unauthenticated.
Neither slow nor dull.
The act of clipping or cling.
To run, drive or operate.

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— Kelleigh Ash
Verse (modern)
Winging

Need an ending verse for winging? Please consider using bringing.
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— Janice Silver
Unitoum
Winging

Colorfast
weaken
volant
uphold

weaken
flier
uphold
travel

flier
slake
travel
gratify

slake
volant
gratify
colorfast.
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— Rose Hartley
Tanaka
Perish with hunger
to give other instructions
wizard of the air
A shuttlecock or handwheel.
Being blazing or flaming.

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— Judith Vaughan
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Winging

An algorithm tight and winged I need?
Bad luck, I cannot rhyme your strange entry
This meter sings, but lacks some content speed
My passion here you see is cranking glee.

The valence type gives just intensity
For what you type in my website as shown
A graph and edge and node and scores are free
A phrase, a word, a blurb, it’s clear I’m thrown.

But early versions here my scripts expose
Oh no, not that! A term so strange for me!
Perhaps one day my verse will smell of rose
So here I have a canned default for thee.

I look to Bill for rules or I’ll lose face,
This form of verse is hard to write with grace!
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— Joan Bentley
Rondelet
Winging

Burn the pavement,
to lay open as by breaking.
Burn the pavement,
fundamental ingredient.
Where all things are merely passing,
a means or way of escaping.
Burn the pavement.

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— Jean Valentine
Quinzaine
Winging

Wings can be several fins.
Can you believe it?
Are they flit?

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— Justin Harding
Pi (π)
Can I make a rhyme, published so beings might see
Newly pleasing abstracts, vaguely informing, and oh but divulged free?
Flying or siding feel way too manifest. But is gliding?
Pinioning, glide? - or thieving, fleecing? Darn! I excluded guiding!
I reckon flighting and similarly branching, but plainly ought I
- found concepts so - allusions written with equations spry?
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— Jonathan Hammond
Octosyllable
Really flipping and baffling.
But also strapping and galling.
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— Jack Malone
Nonet
To capture, catch, fascinate or seize
to go into operation
temporarily attach
to misappropriate
fly an aeroplane
accept a gift
to take root
siding
glide
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— Juan Moss
Mirror Cinquain
winging
plumed, feathered
conveying, looting, fleecing
to misappropriate, steal, stole, deprive or stolen
flight
aviation
designed for swift movement or action
operating, dropping, galloping
quick, rapid
flying
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— Diane Tate
Limerick
There was a young dude from Shumate,
He needed a word for plumate.
      Like milkywaying?
      But settled on flying!
That literate guy from Shumate.
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— Janet Benson
Kural
Sail, defeat, insult, harm
Expansion's liable disappears

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— Amanda Hardy
Haiku (terse)
Initiated
superconductivity
misappropriate

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— Rebecca Elliott
Haiku (3-word)
Accompanying
individualistic
negotiation

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— Gregory Harvey
Haiku (modern)
Frequently oblique,
liable, and electric,
association.

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— Joshua Wade
Gnomic
The act of hastening, hurrying or rushing.
The act of channeling, grooving or ditching.
The act of swiping, nicking or pinching.
The act of affixing, appending or attaching.

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— Shirley Riley
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
flank
fender
extension
a fin or flipper

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— Jessica Willis
Diamante
Winging
gruff, rude
circulating, stirring, incubating
course, track ..... gangster, hoodlum
drenching, employing, engulfing
guilty, loutish
heavy
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— Kenneth Mason
Cinquain - Phrasal
winging
side scene
low and narrow-minded
to accelerate or quicken
fender

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— Christopher Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
winging
to soar
on the wings
and fly like common.
dexterous!

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— George Tucker
Butterfly Cinquain
accept
have rightfully
see solution below
your genius and say what you think
receive
answer in the affirmative
take into custody
archaic use
admit
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— Susan Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Wounding
Pinioning
Annexing
Flight
Soaring
Jowling
Buzzing
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— Barbara Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.