Mimie Durand

Food/Drink (diamante)

Delicious, enticing
Cook, devour, consume
Textured, filling * smooth, flowing
Gulp, swig, spill
Wet, silky

Diamante form of poetry contains a seven-lined contrast poem set up in a diamond shape.
First Line: one word (subject that is contrasting to line 7)
Second: two words (adjectives) that describe first line subject
Thrid: three words (verbs) related to first line subject
Fourth: (four words/nouns
first 2 words related to first line subject / last 2 words
related to seventh line subject)
Fifth: three words (verbs) that relate to seventh line
Sixth: two words (adjectives) describing seventh line subject
Seventh: one word (contrasting subject to subject on line one)

Submitted: Saturday, January 24, 2009
Edited: Saturday, January 24, 2009

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