A Diamante is a seven-lined contrast poem set up in a diamond shape. The first line begins with a noun/subject,
and second line contains two adjectives that describe the beginning noun. The third line contains three words ending
in -ing relating to the noun/subject. The forth line contains two words that
describe the noun/subject and two that
describe the closing synonym/antonym. If using an antonym for the ending, this is where the shift should occur.
In the fifth line are three more -ing words describing the ending antonym/synonym, and the sixth are two more adjectives describing
the ending antonym/synonym. The last line ends with the first noun's antonym or synonym.
Line 1: Noun or subject
Line 2: Two Adjectives describing the first noun/subect
Line 3: Three -ing words describing
the first noun/subect
Line 4: Four words: two about the first noun/subect, two about the antonym/synonym
Line 5: Three
-ing words about the antonym/synonym
Line 6: Two adjectives describing the antonym/synonym
Line 7: Antonym/synonym for