Diamante Poems. Examples of Diamantes and a list of new poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read short, long, best, and famous Diamante poetry while accessing rules, format, types, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Diamante.
A diamante is a seven-line poem, shaped like a diamond, whose purpose is to go from the subject at the top of the diamond to a different subject at the bottom, but there is more to a diamante. What is diamante in poetry (complete definition)?
dark, death, halloween, humanity,
at that Dooley
beauty, kiss, romantic,
you me and my skirt
the match book
the panting if
ever you got lucky...Read More
War Versus Peace
Scouting, hunting, killing
Country, hate, self, love
Meditating, praying, relaxing
Cardinal and Squirrel
trilling tittering tweeting
beak bird acorn oak
scampering, frolicking, chasing
character, confusion, truth,
deluding, duping, deceiving
falsity, falsify, facticity, factuality
presuming, prevailing, predicating
death, how i feel,
Laughing, roaming, Smiling
screaming ,sitting, crying
Fox And Goose
creation, poetry, word play,
Cat And Mouse
creation, poetry, words,
licking, prowling, purring
beauty, day, moon, nature,
glowing, burning, scattering
day, summer, night, winter
illuminating, relaxing, reflecting
Cycling, boating, walking.
Tulips, cobbles, bakeries, fresh air.
Eating, drinking, sight-seeing.
Angels and Demons
loving, caring, fascinating
cupids, cherubs, incubus,...Read More
appreciation, creation, magic, sea,
Specific Types of Diamante Poems
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christmas, friends, funny, kids, love, music, nature, school, sports
Definition | What is Diamante in Poetry?