A to Z Poetry: Diamante Poems

A diamante poem is a seven lined poem, center formated in a diamond shape
Line 1: Subject (noun)
Line 2: Two adjectives describing the subject
Line 3: Three x-ing words describing the subject
Line 4: Four words: two about the first subject, two about the antonym/synonym of the subject
Line 5: Three x-ing words about the antonym/synonym
Line 6: Two adjectives describing the antonym/synonym
Line 7: Antonym/synonym for the subject

fat    female
ruling, mating, populating
her  highness’s    loyal  subjects
 flying, buzzing, pollinating
prick-less male

“Mirror, Mirror on the wall…”
Mirror Image
Rivaling, Cloning, Mating
Carbon      Copy        Alter      Ego
Mirroring, Replicating, Equaling
Parallel Portrait


Today’s Haiku

Haiku Heights April A to Z: Drone

Drones buzzing about
In service of her majesty
Until she ends it

Carpe Diem: Gemini (The Twins)

I am you
But you are me too
Who are we?


5 thoughts on “A to Z Poetry: Diamante Poems

  1. how cool….I really like this style….gotta tell you – I felt the photo of the mirror looked a lot like 'women parts'…went perfect with the 'pricklessness'….

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