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There are two basic types of diamante poems

How to Write a Diamante

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A diamante poem is a poem made of seven lines of words that are arranged in a special diamond-like form. The word diamante is pronounced DEE – UH – MAHN – TAY; it is an Italian word meaning “diamond.” This type of poem does not contain rhyming words.

There are two basic types of diamante poems: an antonym diamante and a synonym diamante.

Antonym Diamante Poem

The first step to writing an antonym diamante poem is to think of two nouns that have opposite meanings.

Because a diamante poem is diamond-like in form, it must begin and end with single words that form the top and bottom. In the antonym form, those words will have the opposite meaning. Your job as a writer is to transition from the first noun to the opposite noun in your descriptive words.

Synonym Diamante Poem

The synonym diamante takes the same form as the antonym diamante, but the first and last words should have the same or similar meaning.

Diamante Poems Follow a Specific Formula

  • Line one: Noun
  • Line two: Two adjectives that describe the noun in line one
  • Line three: Three verbs that end with “ing” and describe the noun in line one
  • Line four: Four nouns—the first two must relate to the noun in line one and the second two will relate to the noun in line seven
  • Line five: Three verbs that end with “ing” and describe the noun in line seven
  • Line six: Two adjectives that describe the noun in line seven
  • Line seven: Noun that is opposite in meaning to line one (antonym diamante) or the same in meaning (synonym diamante) as the noun in line one

The first line of this poem will contain a noun (person, place, or thing) that represents the main topic of your poem. As an example, we will use the noun “smile.”

Two words that describe a smile are happy and warm. Those words will form the second line in this example.

Three verbs that end with “-ing” and describe a smile are: welcoming, inspiring, and soothing.

The center line of the diamante poem is the “transition” line. It will contain two words (the first two) that relate to the noun in line one and two words (the second two) that relate to the noun that you will write in line seven. Again, the noun in line seven will be the opposite of the noun in line one.

Line five will be similar to line three: it will contain three verbs ending in “-ing” that describe the noun you will put at the end of your poem. In this example, the final noun is “frown,” because it is the opposite of “smile.” The words in our example poem are disturbing, deterring, depressing.

Line six is similar to line two, and it will contain two adjectives that describe “frown.” In this example, our words are sad and unwelcome.

Line seven contains the word that represents the opposite of our subject. In this example, the opposite word is “frown.”

What is a Diamante?

A diamante – pronounced dee-uh-MAHN-tay – is an unrhymed seven-line poem. The beginning and ending lines are the shortest, while the lines in the middle are longer, giving diamante poems a diamond shape. “Diamante” is the Italian word for diamond, so this poetic form is named for this diamond shape.

Believe it or not, the diamante was invented just 40 years ago. It was created by an American poet named Iris McClellan Tiedt in 1969, and has become very popular in schools.

Also known as a “diamond poem” because of its shape, there are two different types of diamantes; synonym diamantes and antonym diamantes.

The Rules of a Diamante

There are just a few rules to writing a diamante:

  1. Diamantes are seven lines long.
  2. The first and last lines have just one word.
    The second and sixth lines have two words.
    The third and fifth lines have three words.
    And the fourth line has four words.
  3. Lines 1, 4, and 7 have nouns.
    Lines 2 and 6 have adjectives.
    Lines 3 and 5 have verbs.

Here’s an easy way to visualize all three rules:

Noun
Adjective, Adjective
Verb, Verb, Verb
Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun
Verb, Verb, Verb
Adjective, Adjective
Noun

In a synonym diamante, the nouns at the beginning and end are two words that mean basically the same thing. In an antonym diamante, the two nouns are opposites. Here are a couple of examples:

Synonym Diamante

In this diamante, the words “Monsters” and “Creatures” mean the same thing, so they are synonyms.

Monsters
Evil, Spooky
Howling, Shrieking, Wailing
Ghosts, Vampires, Goblins, Witches
Flying, Scaring, Terrifying
Creepy, Crawly
Creatures

Antonym Diamante

In this diamante, you might say that the words “Cat” and “Dog” are opposites, or “antonyms,” so this is an antonym diamante.

Cat
Gentle, Sleepy
Purring, Meowing, Scratching
Whiskers, Fur, Collar, Leash
Barking, Licking, Digging
Slobbery, Playful
Dog

Getting Started

To start writing a diamante, you first need to decide what thing you want to write about. The reason you want to pick a thing is that your first and last lines need to be nouns. In other words, your diamante will be about a noun, such as a “pencil” or a “pizza,” rather than about a verb, such as “jump” or an adjective like “smelly.” An easy thing to write about is something you like or something you see around you.

Next, you’ll want to decide whether you want to write a synonym diamante or an antonym diamante. If you want to write a synonym diamante, you’ll want to select another word that means the same thing as your subject. If you are going to write an antonym diamante, choose a word that is its opposite.

For this example, I will show you how to write an antonym diamante about the “sun,” and my second noun is “moon,” since the sun and the moon can be considered opposites.

Once you’ve chosen your two nouns, take a piece of paper and brainstorm as many words as you can that have to do with each of them. For example, make one column for each word and write down everything you can think of. You’ll want adjectives (descriptive words), verbs (action words), and even more nouns. Your lists should look something like this:

Sun

Moon

Hot Cold Yellow Silver Fiery Night Day Still Light Orbiting Blinding Shining Exploding Beautiful Distant Crescent Nuclear

Don’t worry if you have more words than you need. It’s better to have too many words to choose from than not enough.

Finally, you’ll want to arrange your diamante, putting the synonyms or antonyms at the top and bottom, the adjectives next, on lines 2 and 6, the verbs after that on lines 3 and 5, and lastly your additional nouns on the middle line.

In the top half of the poem – lines 2 and 3 – your adjectives and verbs should be ones from your first brainstorming column – words that have to do with line 1, like this:

Sun
Fiery, Yellow
Burning, Blinding, Exploding

In the bottom half of the poem – lines 5 and 6 – your adjectives and verbs should be related to the noun on line 7, like this:

Shining, Orbiting, Reflecting
Cold, Silver
Moon

On line 4, the line in the middle of the poem, the first two nouns should be related to the noun on line 1, and the last two nouns should be related to the noun on line 7, like this:

Flame, Light, Night, Crescent

When you put everything together, you’ll end up with something like this:

Sun
Fiery, Yellow
Burning, Blinding, Exploding
Flame, Light, Night, Crescent
Shining, Orbiting, Reflecting
Cold, Silver
Moon

Things to Remember

As you begin writing your own diamantes, here are the important things to remember:

  • Diamantes can be about anything
  • They are 7 lines long
  • The word count is simple: 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1
  • Your lines should have: noun, adjectives, verbs, nouns, verbs, adjectives, noun
  • Try to “center” your poem on the page to give it a diamond shape
  • Most importantly, have fun!

How to Write a Diamante

A diamante poem is a poem made of seven lines of words that are arranged in a special diamond-like form. The word diamante is pronounced DEE – UH – MAHN – TAY; it is an Italian word meaning “diamond.” This type of poem does not contain rhyming words.

There are two basic types of diamante poems: an antonym diamante and a synonym diamante.

Antonym Diamante Poem

The first step to writing an antonym diamante poem is to think of two nouns that have opposite meanings.

Because a diamante poem is diamond-like in form, it must begin and end with single words that form the top and bottom. In the antonym form, those words will have the opposite meaning. Your job as a writer is to transition from the first noun to the opposite noun in your descriptive words.

Synonym Diamante Poem

The synonym diamante takes the same form as the antonym diamante, but the first and last words should have the same or similar meaning.

Diamante Poems Follow a Specific Formula

  • Line one: Noun
  • Line two: Two adjectives that describe the noun in line one
  • Line three: Three verbs that end with “ing” and describe the noun in line one
  • Line four: Four nouns-the first two must relate to the noun in line one and the second two will relate to the noun in line seven
  • Line five: Three verbs that end with “ing” and describe the noun in line seven
  • Line six: Two adjectives that describe the noun in line seven
  • Line seven: Noun that is opposite in meaning to line one (antonym diamante) or the same in meaning (synonym diamante) as the noun in line one

The first line of this poem will contain a noun (person, place, or thing) that represents the main topic of your poem. As an example, we will use the noun “smile.”

Two words that describe a smile are happy and warm. Those words will form the second line in this example.

Three verbs that end with “-ing” and describe a smile are: welcoming, inspiring, and soothing.

The center line of the diamante poem is the “transition” line. It will contain two words (the first two) that relate to the noun in line one and two words (the second two) that relate to the noun that you will write in line seven. Again, the noun in line seven will be the opposite of the noun in line one.

Line five will be similar to line three: it will contain three verbs ending in “-ing” that describe the noun you will put at the end of your poem. In this example, the final noun is “frown,” because it is the opposite of “smile.” The words in our example poem are disturbing, deterring, depressing.

Line six is similar to line two, and it will contain two adjectives that describe “frown.” In this example, our words are sad and unwelcome.

Line seven contains the word that represents the opposite of our subject. In this example, the opposite word is “frown.”

What is a Diamante Poem

Diamante poem is a style of poetry that is composed of seven lines. The beginning and ending lines are the shortest whereas the middle lines are longer. This gives the text a diamond shape. In fact, the name diamante refers to the diamond shape of the poem.This poetic form was created by an American poet named Iris Tiedt in A New Poetry Form: The Diamante in 1969.

There are two forms of diamantes: the synonym diamante and antonym diamante.

How to write a Diamante Poem

There are few simple rules to follow in a diamante poem. You need to follow these rules to create a beautiful diamante poem.

  • A diamante poem always consists of seven lines.
  • The 1 st and 7 th lines contain one word.
  • The 2 nd and 6 th lines contain two words.
  • The 3 rd and 5 th lines contain three words.
  • The 4 th line contains 4 words.

The synonym diamante is very much like the cinquain poem. In this type of poetry, the first noun and the last noun are related; they can be synonyms, or the first noun can be a category of the last noun.

In antonym diamante, this structure changes. Here the first and last words are antonyms such as day and night, black and white, etc. The first part of the poem should describe the first noun and the latter part describes the last noun.

The content of the poem should be as given below. The red words should be about the 1 st noun. The blue words should describe the last noun.

However, some diamante poems follow a slightly different structure.

Line 1: Beginning subject

Line 2: Two describing words about line 1

Line 3: Three doing words about line 1

Line 4: A short phrase about line 1, A short phrase about line 7

Line 5: Three doing words about line 7

Line 6: Two describing words about line 7

Line 7: End subjectHow to Write a Diamante

Learn to write the diamond of poetic forms

How to Write a Diamante

How to Write a Diamante

Do you like to learn things quickly? Rather than take weeks to learn an intricate new hobby, do you want a YouTube video to explain something, or better yet, a diagram? If you want to learn how to write a poem quickly, then learn how to write a diamante.

A diamante is a relatively new form of poetry. It originated in 1969 and was created by an American educator and poet, Iris Tiedt. However, like many classic poems, its name is Italian, and means “diamond.”

Why a diamond? Because the poem’s structure is intended to produce a diamond shape.

The idea of poems being shapes, or “concrete forms” is a much older idea. George Herbert, a 17th century English poet, has two poems “ Easter Wings ” and “ Altar ”, each shaped to reflect their subjects. Another concrete example occurs in the midst of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland , when a small mouse gives his tale in a poem — shaped like a tail!

This is what a diamante looks like in basic form:

How to Write a Diamante

At its core, all you need is some creativity and a working knowledge of the parts of speech. See how the diamante is put together below.

Getting the picture, now? Learning how to write a diamante is much easier than writing a sonnet, with its careful rules, or a sestina, with its complex length. All you need is a subject, or some opposites, and sixteen words.

The Nuts and Bolts (and Nouns and Verbs)

Now you grasp the idea of a diamante, you can see all the possibilities. But before we continue, let’s brush up on the three parts of speech used in diamantes. There’s a reason teachers like using these poems in the classroom; diamantes are good grammar practice.

  • Noun — Person, Place, Thing, or Idea
  • George Washington, Palace, Tiger, Freedom
  • Adjective — Modifies or describes a noun or pronoun
  • Brave, golden, ferocious, lasting
  • Verb— An action
  • Spoke, glittered, snarled, rang

There are two basic types of diamante, the synonym diamante and the antonym diamante. Each follows the same basic structure, but in composition there are some differences that we’ll explain below, with examples.

The Synonym diamante begins with a noun and ends with a synonym for that noun. Say you start with the word “kitten”, you might end with the word “cat.” Perhaps, you start with “snow”; you could end with “winter.”

Visualizing this yet? If not, let’s take another look at the idea of a synonym diamante about cats.

You start with the noun, “kitten.” Now you need some adjectives. That is easy for kittens. You come up with a couple-fluffy, cuddly, there are so many choices!

Now for some verbs. What are some actions kittens or cats do? Jot them down.

Back to nouns. More verbs and adjectives-and then the parting noun, matching your first one, and you have written a synonym diamante.

It might look something like this:

How to Write a Diamante

An antonym diamante looks like a synonym, until you reach the middle nouns. There, one of two things happens.

  1. The middle nouns straddle the gap and could be applied to either opposing idea.
  2. Or the first two nouns connect with the initial subject, and the second two nouns lead to and introduce the opposite idea.

How to Write a Diamante

How to Write a Diamante

For example, suppose you decided to write an antonym diamante about England and America.

You start with the word America or England, add some related words, and then you get to the middle of the diamante. What four nouns could describe both? Well. English, for one, since we both speak the language.

Football (even though our definitions are different, we do use the same word!)

Cities — you get the idea, all of these words relate.

Or maybe you decide to go opposite and so you throw in two nouns that are only British or American. You could use words like “wellies” or “rugby”, “Boston” or “baseball.”

Your diamante could look like this:

How to Write a Diamante

(Note: the verbs were harder to assemble for this antonym diamante until the author narrowed the focus to a specific event and idea.)

Do you notice how some of the words in the examples sparked memories? A diamante can showcase the power of association — hearing one word but thinking of an idea or event. The beauty of a diamante is that you can be simple, ironic, subtle, or bold.

The options for your own voice are extensive, so here are some general guidelines as you get started writing your own diamante.

Brainstorm. What do you want your diamante to be about? Write down possible words.

Look at your list . Do you have two words that connect, or two words that are nice opposites?

Take your pick. Synonyms or antonyms? Which kind of diamante do you want to write?

Start Writing. The poem begins!

Not sure where to begin even brainstorming? Now that you know how to write a diamante, you can compose one about:

  • A place, or places, you love
  • Another literary or cultural work (favorite tv show, anyone?)
  • Food (why are there not more poems in praise of coffee?)
  • An animal or pet
  • Something in nature
  • An abstract idea (patience, liberty, freedom, quarantine)
  • Two of your favorite things that other people might not connect (for example, pizza and orange juice. Yes, we’re back to food.)
  • A friend or family member

As you write your diamante, pay attention to word length. If you’re writing a synonym diamante and you find your diamond off-balanced, try swapping words around. Use a dictionary to look up words-and a to find synonyms or antonyms. Merriam Webster online is an excellent resource.

Once you’ve written your diamante, revised it, and are happy with the end result, get creative. Make your own diamante graphic using Canva. Find the perfect background image from Unsplash or Pixabay.

A 2 page worksheet for students to use when learning how to write a diamante poem.

Use this teaching resource when studying poetry in your classroom.

This worksheet has been designed to introduce students to the purpose, structure and language features of diamante poems.

It also includes a writing scaffold for students to use when writing a diamante poem of their own.

  • EN2-6B

Identifies the effect of purpose and audience on spoken texts, distinguishes between different forms of English and identifies organisational patterns and features

Uses effective and accurate sentence structure, grammatical features, punctuation conventions and vocabulary relevant to the type of text when responding to and composing texts

Uses knowledge of sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and vocabulary to respond to and compose clear and cohesive texts in different media and technologies

Thinks imaginatively, creatively, interpretively and critically about information and ideas and identifies connections between texts when responding to and composing texts

  • VCELT254

Discuss the nature and effects of some language devices used to enhance meaning and shape the reader’s reaction, including rhythm and onomatopoeia in poetry and prose

Understand, interpret and experiment with sound devices and imagery, including simile, metaphor and personification, in narratives, shape poetry, songs, anthems and odes

Identify the relationship between words, sounds, imagery and language patterns in narratives and poetry such as ballads, limericks and free verse

  • ACELT1600

Discuss the nature and effects of some language devices used to enhance meaning and shape the reader’s reaction, including rhythm and onomatopoeia in poetry and proseElaborationsidentifying the effect of imagery in texts, for example the use of .

Understand, interpret and experiment with a range of devices and deliberate word play in poetry and other literary texts, for example nonsense words, spoonerisms, neologisms and punsElaborationsdefining spoonerisms, neologisms and puns and exploring .

Understand, interpret and experiment with sound devices and imagery, including simile, metaphor and personification, in narratives, shape poetry, songs, anthems and odesElaborationsdiscussing how figurative language including simile and metaphor can .

Identify the relationship between words, sounds, imagery and language patterns in narratives and poetry such as ballads, limericks and free verseElaborationsidentifying how language choice and imagery build emotional connection and engagement with th.

Diamante poetry is great fun and can be very decorative, so gather the kids around and turn learning this poetry into a great afternoon activity. Create some cards or posters for family members or for Christmas presents.

What you need

  • paper
  • pencils or pens for writing

Decorative options:

  • coloured markers
  • coloured pencils
  • paste
  • glitter
  • diamantes

Activity

Diamante poetry is formally written with only seven lines. These lines are shaped like a diamante as the name suggests. To acheive this you should set your poem out in the following format:

One,
Two Words,
Three words together,
Middle line four words,
Back to three
Then two
One

Here is how to write a diamante poem:

  • Think of a subject and then something that is the opposite or contrasting directly to that subject. For example – cat and mouse. These two words will make your first and last lines.
  • Your second line should be two words that describe your subject in first line. In this case, we are describing a cat so we would say “large” and “fierce”.
  • The third line should be words that describe what your subject is doing. So action words. A cat could be “prowling” “hunting” and “chasing”
  • The fourth line refers to both of our subjects. The first two words will be about the cat and the last two will be about the mouse. These words will be *concrete nouns. For our diamante poem, we would use “white” and “claws”. The last two words need to refer to the mouse, we would use “brown” and “quick”.
  • The fifth line refers to the last line in your poem. So in this case, the mouse. We follow the same formula as above with the cat, but this time, it is backwards. So the line would include words about what the mouse might be doing. “Hiding”, “sneaking” and “dashing”.
  • The sixth line is only two words to describe the mouse. “Small” and “timid” are good examples of what a mouse is generally like.
  • The seventh and last line in your diamante poem was decided long ago, and this is your mouse.

*Concrete nouns are words you can experience with one of your five senses. So, for fur, you could describe it as soft, you can see it and describe it as white, you can smell it and it may smell fresh. This is how we know it is a concrete noun, you can describe it by using either your sight, smell, touch, taste or hearing.

Our diamante poem will look like this:

Cat
Large, fierce
Prowling, hunting, chasing
White, claws … brown, quick
Hiding, sneaking, dashing
Small, timid
Mouse

From this diamante poem, you can read and almost imagine a large cat, chasing a timid mouse about a room, dashing and hiding from a white cat with claws out.

Try your own, illustrate as you have written the poem. You can make a diamante poem about anything, not just animals. You could write about a holiday, a season or even a place.

How to Write a Diamante

Does your child have to write a Diamante poem and doesn’t how to start? Perhaps you’d like to write one yourself? You might be asking, “What is a Diamante poem and how do you write one?” In this article, I’ll answer this question, give you an example, and tell you how to write one in seven easy steps. Follow these and you or your child will have successfully written a Diamante poem.

What is a Diamante poem?

A Diamante poem is a short and compact poem consisting of 7 lines and is in the shape of a diamond. It has two subjects, usually opposites, and has a set structure as shown below:

Line 1: Subject 1 – a noun

Line 2: Two adjectives (describing words about Subject 1)

Line 3: Two verbs ending with “-ing” which apply to Subject 1

Line 4: Two nouns related to Subject 1 and two nouns related to Subject 2

Line 5: Two verbs ending with “-ing” which apply to Subject 2

Line 6: Two adjectives (describing words about Subject 2)

Line 7: Subject 2 – a noun (opposite of Subject 1)

Here is an example of a simple Diamante poem. Note that each line begins with a capital letter and that commas are used within the lines but not at the ends of lines

Eating, working, playing

Action, routines, recovery, rest

Relaxing, unwinding, sleeping

How to write a Diamante poem in 7 easy steps

  • Step 1: Choose two nouns which are opposites or different, e. g. boys / girls; father / mother; Summer / Winter; sunshine / rain; smile / frown; dog / cat; sun / moon; morning / evening. Write the first one on Line 1 and the second one on Line 7
  • Step 2: Choose two adjectives (describing words) for the noun on Line 1 and write these on Line 2
    Step 3: Choose three verbs ending with “-ing” and related to the noun on Line1. Write these on Line 3
  • Step 4: Choose two nouns which are related to the noun on Line 1 and write them on Line 4 followed by two nouns related to the noun on Line 7. Separate the four nouns with commas.
  • Step 5: Choose three verbs ending with “-ing” and related to the noun on Line7. Write these on Line 5
  • Step 6: Choose two adjectives (describing words) for the noun on Line 7 and write these on Line 6
  • Step 7: Type your poem with central alignment and your poem should be in a diamond-like shape, or, draw a large diamond shape and hand-write your poem within it.

Apply these 7 steps and you or your child will be writing dazzling Diamantes in no time.

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Стихотворение Диаманте – это поэтический стиль, состоящий из семи строк. Начальная и конечная линии самые короткие, а средние – длиннее. Это придает тексту форму ромба. На самом деле, название «

How to Write a Diamante

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Что такое стихотворение Diamante

Стихотворение Диаманте – это поэтический стиль, состоящий из семи строк. Начальная и конечная линии самые короткие, а средние – длиннее. Это придает тексту форму ромба. На самом деле, название «диаманте» относится к ромбовидной форме поэмы. Эта поэтическая форма была создана американским поэтом по имени Айрис Тиедт вНовая форма поэзии: Diamante в 1969 году.

Существует две формы диаманта: синоним диаманте и антоним диаманте.

Как написать стихотворение Diamante

Есть несколько простых правил, которым нужно следовать в стихотворении диаманте. Вы должны следовать этим правилам, чтобы создать красивую поэму диаманте.

  • Поэма о диаманте всегда состоит из семи строк.
  • 1 улица и 7 го строки содержат одно слово.
  • 2 й и 6 го строки содержат два слова.
  • 3 й и 5 го строки содержат три слова.
  • 4 го строка содержит 4 слова.

Синоним diamante очень похож на поэму cinquain. В этом типе поэзии первое существительное и последнее существительное связаны; они могут быть синонимами, или первое существительное может быть категорией последнего существительного.

В антониме диаманте эта структура меняется. Здесь первое и последнее слова являются антонимами, такими как день и ночь, черный и белый и т. Д. Первая часть поэмы должна описывать первое существительное, а последняя часть описывает последнее существительное.

Содержание стихотворения должно быть таким, как указано ниже. Красные слова должны быть о 1 улица имя существительное. Синие слова должны описывать последнее существительное.

Тем не менее, некоторые стихи диаманте следуют несколько иной структуре.

Строка 1: начальный предмет

Строка 2: два описательных слова о строке 1

Строка 3: три слова о строке 1

Строка 4: короткая фраза о строке 1, короткая фраза о строке 7

Строка 5: три слова о строке 7

Строка 6: два описательных слова о строке 7

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To start writing a diamante, you first need to decide what thing you want to write about. The reason you want to pick a thing is that your first and last lines need to be nouns. In other words, your diamante will be about a noun, such as a “pencil” or a “pizza,” rather than about a verb, such as “jump” or an adjective like “smelly.” An easy thing to write about is something you like or something you see around you.

Next, you’ll want to decide whether you want to write a synonym diamante or an antonym diamante. If you want to write a synonym diamante, you’ll want to select another word that means the same thing as your subject. If you are going to write an antonym diamante, choose a word that is its opposite.

For this example, I will show you how to write an antonym diamante about the “sun,” and my second noun is “moon,” since the sun and the moon can be considered opposites.

Once you have chosen your two nouns, take a piece of paper and brainstorm as many words as you can that have to do with each of them. For example, make one column for each word and write down everything you can think of. You’ll want adjectives (descriptive words), verbs (action words), and even more nouns. Your lists should look something like this:

Hot
Yellow
Fiery
Day
Light
Blinding
Exploding
Distant
Nuclear Moon

Cold
Silver
Night
Still
Orbiting
Shining
Beautiful
Crescent

Don’t worry if you have more words than you need. It’s better to have too many words to choose from than not enough.

Finally, you’ll want to arrange your diamante, putting the synonyms or antonyms at the top and bottom, the adjectives next, on lines 2 and 6, the verbs after that on lines 3 and 5, and lastly your additional nouns on the middle line.

In the top half of the poem – lines 2 and 3 – your adjectives and verbs should be ones from your first brainstorming column – words that have to do with line 1, like this:

In the bottom half of the poem – lines 5 and 6 – your adjectives and verbs should be related to the noun on line 7, like this:

On line 4, the line in the middle of the poem, the first two nouns should be related to the noun on line 1, and the last two nouns should be related to the noun on line 7, like this:

When you put everything together, you’ll end up with something like this:

How to Write a Diamante

How to Write a Diamante

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Learning Objectives

After this lesson, students will be able to:

  • explain a diamante poem
  • describe the two types of diamante poems
  • write a diamante poem with support

Length

50 minutes for the lesson plus time for independent writing

Materials

  • Copies of the text lesson Diamante Poems: Lesson for Kids, one for each student or a shared copy
  • Chart paper and marker
  • Diamante poems for practice

Key Vocabulary

  • Diamante poem
  • Synonym diamante poem
  • Antonym diamante poem

Curriculum Standards

  • CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.3.4

With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.

Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.

Instructions

  • Start the lesson by reading the opening mystery item in the lesson Diamante Poems: Lesson for Kids with students and allowing them to guess the answers.
  • Read the remainder of the section ‘What is a Diamante Poem?’ with students and write the definition on chart paper.
  • Now take a closer look at the diagram ‘Pattern of a Diamante’ with students. Point out and note the components.
  • Copy the diagram onto your anchor chart.
  • Next read the section ‘Synonym Diamante Poems’ with students.
  • Label chart paper ‘Synonym Diamante Poem’ and record the definition.
  • Look closely at the example with students and identify parts of speech, then label each.
  • Now practice writing a synonym diamante poem in a shared writing experience with students. Allow them to help you brainstorm a topic and write the poem, recording on the chart paper.
  • Repeat this process for the section ‘Antonym Diamante Poem.’
  • Ask:
    • What are the main parts of a diamante poem?
    • How are synonym and antonym diamante poems the same? How are they different?
    • Which type do you like best?
    • What do you like about these types of poems?
  • Read the ‘Lesson Summary’ together and take the quiz together to check understanding. Reteach if necessary.
  • Divide students into small groups and give each a diamante poem.
  • Ask groups to identify the parts of speech in the poem and to label. Also, have groups decide if the poem is a synonym or antonym diamante poem.
  • Review and discuss work together.

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Students will learn how to write diamantes.

Directions

Background for the Teacher
Definition
A diamante is a poem written in the shape of a diamond. The form begins with a short line, its lines become progressively longer, and then its lines become shorter again. The diamante has several pattern variations. This lesson will teach students how to write a diamante using two opposite topics.
Skills Needed
Students need to have familiarity with the basic parts of speech (nouns, adjectives, verbs).
Preparation
Cut out the diamonds on the Diamante Diamonds reproducible. Store diamonds in an envelope or plastic sandwich bag until needed for the lesson. Reproduce the Absolutely Opposites worksheet and the Diamante Response and Assessment Sheet. Reproduce and cut out a Diamond Design pattern for each student in the class.
Lesson Plan
Prewriting

  1. Distribute one diamond cutout to each student at the beginning of class. Instruct students to read the word on their diamond and locate the student who has the diamond with the opposite of their diamond word. Allow students time to move around the room to locate their opposite partner. Once students have located their partner, instruct them to sit together. They will be writing partners for this lesson.
  2. Distribute the Absolutely Opposites worksheet. Instruct students to write one of the words from their diamonds in the box marked Opposite #1. The opposite word from the other diamond should be written in the box marked Opposite #2.
  3. Instruct students to complete the worksheet, following the directions in the boxes. Depending on the skill level of your students, you may need to review adjectives, verbs, and nouns.

Drafting

  1. Once students have generated the content for their diamante, instruct them to draft the poem in diamond form. The poem should be written in the following pattern:

    Line 1 Opposite #1
    Line 2 2 adjectives describing Opposite #1
    Line 3 3 verbs related to Opposite #1
    Line 4 2 nouns related to Opposite #1; 2 nouns related to Opposite #2
    Line 5 3 verbs related to Opposite #2
    Line 6 2 adjectives describing Opposite #2
    Line 7 Opposite #2

Revising/Editing

  1. When the poem is drafted, students should share their diamante with another pair of students. Provide the Diamante Response and Assessment Sheet for this purpose. Peer responders should check to make sure the correct format has been followed, including the number of words and parts of speech. Students should also make sure that the poem resembles a diamond shape.
  2. Following peer response, students should make any necessary revisions before writing a final copy of the poem.

Publishing
Students could write their diamante on a piece of white paper and mount it on a piece of construction paper or aluminum foil cut in the shape of a large diamond; the Diamond Design could be used by students to trace the shape of a diamond. They could attach the poem to two other diamonds illustrating the opposites they wrote about in their poem. The finished product is a string of three diamonds connected together, with the poem in the middle. These look wonderful hanging from the ceiling or walls as a classroom display. (Be sure to check on your school or district policy on hanging items from the ceiling before doing so.)

Student Samples of Diamantes
tropical
warm, summery
swimming, sunning, surfing
sandy beaches, hula girls, polar bears, Santa Claus
freezing, snowing, blowing
cold, wintry
Arctic
sad
lonely, weepy
crying, wishing, missing
hurt, tears, smile, joy
laughing, clapping, leaping
excited, cheery
glad
hot
steamy, humid
burning, sizzling, cooking
fire, heat, ice, snow
blowing, biting, freezing
frigid, chilly
cold

Curriculum Connections for Diamantes
Language Arts
Suppose your language arts teacher has asked you to compare two very different characters from a story you have been reading. Your teacher would like you to write your comparison as a diamante poem. Think about two different characters from a story you have been reading. Think about their appearances. Think about their personalities. Think about their actions. Think about how the characters are different. Write a diamante comparing two different characters from a story you have been reading.
Math
Suppose your math teacher has asked you to compare two geometric shapes. Your teacher would like you to write your comparison as a diamante poem. Think about two geometric shapes. Think about their appearances. Think about real objects that are designed in the two shapes you have chosen. Think about how the shapes are different. Write a diamante comparing two different geometric shapes.
Social Studies
Suppose your social studies teacher has asked you to compare two opposite concepts, such as freedom and slavery or peace and war. Your teacher would like you to write your comparison as a diamante poem. Think about the two different concepts your teacher has assigned. Think about the definitions of the concepts. Think about examples of the concepts. Think about society’s feelings toward the concepts. Write a diamante comparing the two opposite concepts assigned by your teacher.
Science
Suppose your science teacher has asked you to compare two planets. Your teacher would like you to write your comparison as a diamante poem. Think about two planets you have been studying. Think about their appearances. Think about their locations. Think about the environments and atmospheres of the planets. Write a diamante comparing two planets that you have been studying.
Fine Arts
Suppose your fine arts teacher has asked you to compare two different styles of art or music. Your teacher would like you to write your comparison as a diamante poem. Think about the two different styles. Think about the time period in which each style was prominent. Think about what the style looks or sounds like. Think about specific artists who used each style. Write a diamante comparing the two styles of art or music assigned by your teacher.

Resources

one diamond cutout from the reproducible Diamante Diamonds for each student
one Absolutely Opposites activity page for each pair of students
one Diamante Response and Assessment Sheet for each pair of students
envelope or plastic sandwich bag
Diamond Design pattern for students to trace, construction paper or aluminum foil

Many forms of poetry follow a specific format for words, syllables and rhyme. Writing poetry can help you can gain confidence as you play with the language and think creatively about specific topics. All poetry benefits from sensory words and strong action verbs while being faithful to the particular rules of the poetic form.

Limerick

A limerick is five lines long with the rhyme scheme aabba. This means that lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme with each other, and lines 3 and 4 rhyme with each other. They also have a bouncing rhythm. Limericks are meant to be funny, and often employ elements of literature such as hyperbole, onomatopoeia and alliteration. The first line usually sets up the idea of the poem, and the last is generally the punchline. Although sometimes bawdy, outlandish limericks bring humor and rhyme to the world of poetry.

Synonym Diamond Poem

A diamond, or diamante, poem is a seven line poem written in the shape of a diamond that uses very specific parts of speech for each line. Lines one and seven are very short, consisting of a single noun. These nouns should be synonyms in a synonym diamante poem. Line two contains two adjectives describing the original noun. Line three features three verbs relating to the noun, and line four consists of four nouns that rename the original. The diamond takes shape as you again write three verbs in line five and two final adjectives in line six before adding the last noun for line seven.

Antonym Diamond Poem

The antonym diamante poem is fundamentally the same as the synonym version, but creates the shift from the original noun in line one to its opposite in line seven across the poem. Lines two and three contain adjectives and verbs respectively. Line four contains four nouns; the shift from the noun in line one to the noun in line seven can begin here in this line, often by listing ideas that work for both the beginning and the ending noun. Line five contains three verbs and line six contains two adjectives that describe the noun in line seven.

Haiku

A haiku is an ancient Japanese poetic form that generally deals with nature. It features simplicity and an intense focus. A haiku is three lines long with five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second line and five syllables in the last line. Students may want to brainstorm for this poetic form outside so they can feel, hear and see nature before they write. The sparse amount of words demands careful thought and creation.

How to Write a Diamante

Let’s write a fun poem to celebrate National Poetry Month!

A diamante (Dee-a-MON-tay) is an interesting type of poem. It is a diamond-shaped poem of opposites, and the last word in the poem is the opposite of the first word.

How to Write a DiamanteBelow is the pattern showing the parts of speech for each line. The first two nouns in line 4 describe the first opposite; the last two nouns describe the last opposite.

Watch line 4; it is the pivot upon which the whole poem turns.

To make things clearer, I’ve made the words of the first opposite orange and the second opposite green. You can almost feel the seasons changing as you read through this diamante. You can download a free PDF of this image here.

How to Write a Diamante

Now it’s your turn: Think about two opposites and then write your own seven-line diamante.

Note: This writing prompt is taken from Jump In, Sharon Watson’s middle school writing curriculum published by Apologia.

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  • Notebook
  • Pencil
  • Colored construction paper, 9″ x 12″
  • Decorative art scissors
  • Ruler

Encourage your child to record the memories of your trip in a notebook. Explain that a fun way to do this is by writing short, fun poems called diamantes. Show her how to write a diamante by writing one of your own as a model. Here’s the basic structure:

  1. The first line is one word, and is the topic. It is a singular or plural noun. The 7th line is also one word, and a noun. The 1st and 7th lines should be in contrast to one another.
  2. The second line is made up of two adjectives that describe the noun from the first line.
  3. The third line is three -ing verbs that tell actions associated with the noun from the first line.
  4. The fourth line is the longest of the entire poem, and is its turning point. This line has four more nouns. The first two nouns are words that are associated with the noun of the first line, and the second pair of nouns are words that are associated with the noun of the seventh line.
  5. The fifth line is three -ing verbs that are associated with the noun from the seventh line.
  6. The sixth line has two adjectives that describe the noun in the seventh line.
  7. The last line of the poem is a singular or plural noun that contrasts with the one from the first line.
  • pool
  • wet, wild
  • slipping, sliding, splashing
  • water slides, wading pools, beach towels, sunbaths
  • drying, resting, snoozing,
  • quiet, restful
  • sand

No matter how many of these poems your child writes, you’ll want to select at least one for a card to send. Relatives, in particular, tend to adore these handmade messages; and it won’t hurt that this one is so literary, too!

To make a “diamante” card, fold a piece of construction paper horizontally to make a card 6″ x 9″ in size. Open the card, and on the left hand flap, use a ruler to trace a diamond that’s 6½” tall x 4″ wide, on the center of the panel. Cut out the diamond using decorative scissors (the kind with cool, scalloped edges—craft stores are sure to have a myriad of beautiful choices).

Now have your child use her best writing to write the poem through the diamond “window” you have made. (Hint: if your child struggles with writing straight, help her out by making pencil lines, or you can even write the poem on white, lined paper and glue it on. Don’t let handwriting frustrations get in the way!)

How to Write a Diamante

Un poema de diamantes es un poema compuesto por siete líneas de palabras que están dispuestas en una forma especial de diamante. La palabra diamante se pronuncia DEE – UH – MAHN – TAY; es una palabra italiana que significa “diamante”. Este tipo de poema no contiene palabras que riman.

Hay dos tipos básicos de poemas de diamantes: un diamante antónimo y un diamante sinónimo.

Antónimo Diamante Poema

El primer paso para escribir un poema antónimo de diamantes es pensar en dos sustantivos que tengan significados opuestos.

Debido a que un poema de diamante tiene forma de diamante, debe comenzar y terminar con palabras simples que forman la parte superior e inferior. En la forma de antónimo, esas palabras tendrán el significado opuesto. Su trabajo como escritor es hacer la transición del primer sustantivo al opuesto en sus palabras descriptivas.

Sinónimo Diamante Poema

El sinónimo diamante toma la misma forma que el antónimo de diamante, pero las primeras y últimas palabras deben tener el mismo significado o un significado similar.

Los poemas de Diamante siguen una fórmula específica

  • Línea uno: Sustantivo
  • Línea dos: Dos adjetivos que describen el sustantivo en la línea uno.
  • Línea tres: Tres verbos que terminan con “ing” y describen el sustantivo en la línea uno
  • Línea cuatro: Cuatro sustantivos: los dos primeros deben relacionarse con el sustantivo en la línea uno y los segundos dos se relacionarán con el sustantivo en la línea siete
  • Línea cinco: Tres verbos que terminan con “ing” y describen el sustantivo en la línea siete
  • Línea seis: Dos adjetivos que describen el sustantivo en la línea siete.
  • Línea siete: Sustantivo que es opuesto en significado a la línea uno (antónimo de diamante) o el mismo significado (sinónimo diamante) que el sustantivo en la línea uno

La primera línea de este poema contendrá un sustantivo (persona, lugar o cosa) que representa el tema principal de su poema. Como ejemplo, usaremos el sustantivo “sonrisa”.

Dos palabras que describen una sonrisa son feliz y calentar. Esas palabras formarán la segunda línea en este ejemplo.

Tres verbos que terminan con “-ing” y describen una sonrisa son: acogedor, inspiradory calmante.

La línea central del poema del diamante es la línea de “transición”. Contendrá dos palabras (las dos primeras) que se relacionan con el sustantivo en la línea uno y dos palabras (las segundas dos) que se relacionan con el sustantivo que escribirás en la línea siete. Nuevamente, el sustantivo en la línea siete será el opuesto del sustantivo en la línea uno.

La línea cinco será similar a la línea tres: contendrá tres verbos que terminan en “-ing” que describen el sustantivo que colocará al final de su poema. En este ejemplo, el sustantivo final es “ceño fruncido”, porque es lo opuesto a “sonrisa”. Las palabras en nuestro poema de ejemplo son inquietantes, disuasivas, deprimentes.

La línea seis es similar a la línea dos, y contendrá dos adjetivos que describen “ceño fruncido”. En este ejemplo, nuestras palabras son triste y molesto.

La línea siete contiene la palabra que representa lo contrario de nuestro tema. En este ejemplo, la palabra opuesta es “fruncir el ceño”.

A Diamante ver a hét orból álló költézet tílua. A kezdő- é végvonalak a legrövidebbek, míg a középvonalak hozabbak. Ez a zöveg gy

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Mi az a Diamante vers

A Diamante vers a hét sorból álló költészet stílusa. A kezdő- és végvonalak a legrövidebbek, míg a középvonalak hosszabbak. Ez a szöveg gyémánt alakú. Valójában a diamante név a költemény gyémánt formájára utal. Ezt a költői formát Iris Tiedt nevű amerikai költő készítette.Új költészeti forma: A Diamante 1969-ben.

Kétféle formája van: a szinonim diamante és az antonym diamante.

Hogyan írjunk egy Diamante verset?

Néhány egyszerű szabályt kell követni a diamante versben. Kövesse ezeket a szabályokat, hogy létrehozzon egy gyönyörű diamante-verset.

  • A diamante-vers mindig hét sorból áll.
  • Az 1 utca és 7 th a sorok egy szót tartalmaznak.
  • A 2 nd és 6 th a sorok két szót tartalmaznak.
  • A 3 rd és 5 th a sorok három szót tartalmaznak.
  • A 4 th a sor 4 szót tartalmaz.

A szinonim diamante nagyon hasonlít a cinquain versére. Ebben a fajta költészetben az első főnév és az utolsó főnév kapcsolódik; szinonimák lehetnek, vagy az első főnév az utolsó főnév kategóriája lehet.

Az antonym diamante-ban ez a szerkezet megváltozik. Itt az első és az utolsó szavak antonimok, mint a nap és éjszaka, fekete-fehér stb. A vers első része leírja az első főnevet, az utóbbi pedig az utolsó főnevet.

A vers tartalmának az alábbiak szerint kell lennie. A piros szavaknak az 1 utca főnév. A kék szavaknak meg kell adniuk az utolsó főnevet.

Egyes diamante versek azonban kissé eltérő struktúrát követnek.

1. sor: Kezdeti téma

2. sor: Két sor leírása az 1. sorról

3. sor: Három szó az 1. sorról

4. sor: egy rövid kifejezés az 1. sorról, egy rövid kifejezés a 7. sorról

5. sor: Három szó a 7. sorról

6. sor: Két sor a 7. sorról

7. sor: Tárgy vége

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Példák a Diamante versekre

Antonym diamante versei:

Lángoló, égő, vakító

A fények napja megvilágítja az éjszakát

Ragyogó, keringő, visszaverő

Megdöbbentő, rettenetes, megsemmisítő

Grim, Discord, Concord, Gay

Összeegyeztetés, szerelem, javítás

Játék, izzadás, égés

napfény, sötétség, hold

Ijesztés, beállítás, alvás

Diamantes szinonimája:

Csikorgó, Shrieking, Wailing

Szellemek, vámpírok, goblinok, boszorkányok

El poema Diamante e un etilo de poeía que conta de iete línea. La línea iniciale y finale on la má corta, mientra que la línea media on má larga. Eto le da al texto una

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¿Qué es un poema de Diamante?

El poema Diamante es un estilo de poesía que consta de siete líneas. Las líneas iniciales y finales son las más cortas, mientras que las líneas medias son más largas. Esto le da al texto una forma de diamante. De hecho, el nombre diamante se refiere a la forma de diamante del poema. Esta forma poética fue creada por un poeta estadounidense llamado Iris Tiedt enUna nueva forma de poesía: El Diamante. en 1969

Hay dos formas de diamantes: el sinónimo diamante y antonym diamante.

Cómo escribir un poema de diamante

Hay pocas reglas simples a seguir en un poema de diamante. Debes seguir estas reglas para crear un hermoso poema de diamante.

  • Un poema de diamante siempre consta de siete líneas.
  • El 1 S t y 7 th las líneas contienen una palabra.
  • El 2 Dakota del Norte y 6 th Las líneas contienen dos palabras.
  • Los 3 rd y 5 th Las líneas contienen tres palabras.
  • Los 4 th línea contiene 4 palabras.

El sinónimo diamante es muy parecido al poema cinquain. En este tipo de poesía, el primer nombre y el último nombre están relacionados; pueden ser sinónimos, o el primer nombre puede ser una categoría del último nombre.

En el antónimo diamante, esta estructura cambia. Aquí, la primera y la última palabra son antónimos, como día y noche, blanco y negro, etc. La primera parte del poema debe describir el primer nombre y la última parte describe el último nombre.

El contenido del poema debe ser como se indica a continuación. Las palabras rojas deben ser sobre el 1. S t sustantivo. Las palabras azules deben describir el último nombre.

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Sin embargo, algunos poemas de diamante siguen una estructura ligeramente diferente.

Línea 1: tema inicial

Línea 2: dos palabras descriptivas sobre la línea 1

Línea 3: tres haciendo palabras sobre la línea 1

Línea 4: una frase corta sobre la línea 1, una frase corta sobre la línea 7

Línea 5: tres haciendo palabras sobre la línea 7

Línea 6: dos palabras descriptivas sobre la línea 7

Línea 7: tema final

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Ejemplos de poemas de diamante

Poemas del diamante de Antonym:

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Diamante are a form of concrete poetry, in which the poem forms the shape of a diamond.

History

The Diamante was first established as a form in the 1969 article ‘A New Poetry Form: The Diamante’ by Iris Tiedt.

In the past, forms tended to evolve from musical concepts, or were championed by key poets who saw the form spread. In the modern era, however, a form can merge from a single poet who suggests the idea. This is also shown by the emergence of the Fib and the Golden Shovel.

The Diamante has seven lines, arranged in a specific fashion. The first line has a single noun, while the second line features two adjectives that describe the noun in the first line. Line three follows this with three verbs and line four features four nouns. After this, the lines invert: three verbs, two adjectives, one noun.

Noun
adjective adjective
verb verb verb
noun noun noun noun
verb verb verb
adjective adjective
noun

When centrally aligned, this forms a concrete poem in a diamond shape on the page.

Within the form there are two variations: a Synonym Diamante and an Antonym Diamante. The opening and closing nouns of a Synonym Diamantes both essentially mean the same thing at the start and end of the poem, while in Antonym Diamantes they should be opposites.

The Diamante is used to either explore a topic or to draw parallels between two contrasting subjects. It is a great tool for teaching children the elements of language as well as pushing their vocabulary.

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Diamante báeň je tyl poezie, který e kládá ze edmi řádků. Počáteční a koncové čáry jou nejkratší, zatímco třední čáry jou delší.

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Co je Diamante báseň

Diamante báseň je styl poezie, který se skládá ze sedmi řádků. Počáteční a koncové čáry jsou nejkratší, zatímco střední čáry jsou delší. To dává textu tvar diamantu. Ve skutečnosti, jméno diamante se odkazuje na diamantový tvar básně. Tato poetická forma byla vytvořena americkým básníkem jménem Iris Tiedt inNová forma poezie: Diamante v roce 1969.

Existují dvě formy diamantů: synonymum diamante a antonym diamante.

Jak napsat Diamante Poem

Tam je nemnoho jednoduchých pravidel následovat v diamante báseň. Musíte se řídit těmito pravidly, abyste vytvořili krásnou diamantovou báseň.

  • Diamante báseň se vždy skládá ze sedmi řádků.
  • 1 Svatý a 7 th řádky obsahují jedno slovo.
  • 2 nd a 6 th řádky obsahují dvě slova.
  • 3 rd a 5 th řádky obsahují tři slova.
  • 4 th řádek obsahuje 4 slova.

Synonymum diamante je velmi podobné cinquain básni. V tomto typu poezie, první podstatné jméno a poslední podstatné jméno jsou příbuzné; mohou být synonyma, nebo první podstatné jméno může být kategorie posledního podstatného jména.

V antonym diamante se tato struktura mění. První a poslední slova jsou antonymata jako den a noc, černá a bílá, atd. První část básně by měla popisovat první podstatné jméno a druhá část popisuje poslední podstatné jméno.

Obsah básně by měl být uveden níže. Červená slova by měla být asi 1 Svatý podstatné jméno. Modrá slova by měla popisovat poslední podstatné jméno.

Adjektivum – přídavné jméno

Adjektivum – přídavné jméno

Nicméně, některé diamante básně následují mírně odlišnou strukturu.

Řádek 1: Začátek předmětu

Řádek 2: Dva popisující slova o lince 1

Řádek 3: Tři dělá slova o řádku 1

Řádek 4: Krátká fráze o řádku 1, Stručná fráze o řádku 7

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O que é um poema de diamante?

Diamante poema é um estilo de poesia que é composto de sete linhas. As linhas inicial e final são as mais curtas, enquanto as linhas do meio são mais longas. Isso dá ao texto uma forma de diamante. De fato, o nome diamante refere-se à forma de diamante do poema. Esta forma poética foi criada por um poeta americano chamado Iris Tiedt emUma nova forma de poesia: o diamante em 1969.

Existem duas formas de diamantes: o sinônimo de diamante e o antônimo de diamante.

Como escrever um poema de diamante

Existem poucas regras simples para seguir em um poema de diamante. Você precisa seguir estas regras para criar um belo poema de diamante.

  • Um poema de diamante consiste sempre em sete linhas.
  • O 1 st e 7 º linhas contêm uma palavra.
  • O 2 nd e 6 º linhas contêm duas palavras.
  • Os 3 rd e 5 º linhas contêm três palavras.
  • Os 4 º linha contém 4 palavras.

O sinônimo diamante é muito parecido com o poema cinquain. Neste tipo de poesia, o primeiro substantivo e o último substantivo estão relacionados; eles podem ser sinônimos ou o primeiro substantivo pode ser uma categoria do último substantivo.

Em antônimo diamante, essa estrutura muda. Aqui a primeira e a última palavras são antônimos como dia e noite, preto e branco, etc. A primeira parte do poema deve descrever o primeiro substantivo e a última parte descreve o último substantivo.

O conteúdo do poema deve ser dado abaixo. As palavras vermelhas devem ser sobre o 1 st substantivo. As palavras azuis devem descrever o último substantivo.

No entanto, alguns poemas de diamante seguem uma estrutura ligeiramente diferente.

Linha 1: Assunto inicial

Linha 2: Duas palavras descritivas sobre a linha 1

Linha 3: Três fazendo palavras sobre a linha 1

Linha 4: Uma frase curta sobre a linha 1, Uma frase curta sobre a linha 7

Linha 5: Três fazendo palavras sobre a linha 7

Linha 6: Duas palavras descritivas sobre a linha 7

Linha 7: assunto final

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Exemplos de poemas de diamante

Poemas do diamante de Antonym:

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Leaving, Disappearing, Sleeping

Since my students had to see me three times today for Oral English, Writing, and a Writing make-up class, I decided to try teaching them how to write the simple diamante poem and not another lesson on character development. Besides after weeks of writing classes, I realized my students struggle with giving complete, thoughtful details and moving forward would not really help them with their writing. I can’t blame them though. Even as a native English speaker, I often struggle with giving enough details in my short stories, or “showing” and not telling.

We started class by brainstorming for 45 minutes about gerunds, adjectives, and opposites. It seems like a long time, but teaching classes with a large range of English levels gave every student the opportunity to share at the level they could share. After our ten minute break, I introduced the purpose of the diamante poem. I found it especially helpful to compare the poem’s structure to that of the concept of yin and yang. Although I studied Chinese culture in my university, I’m not knowledgeable enough to teach the specifics, but I do know the poem encourages comparisons, contrasts, transitions and flow in a way similar to the concept of yin and yang. It also helped students to understand the purpose of the structure of the diamante poem. They also enjoyed knowing they could read the poem backwards and it would still carry meaning. 🙂

We looked at two examples and toke notes on the structure of the diamante. Finally, we returned to our big word lists and chose one set of opposites to write our poem. I gave students three minutes to think of two adjectives to describe life and two adjectives to describe death. We then voted on the words we liked the best. We continued in this way until we were complete. I thought my student, Shelley, wrote an awesome transition line, “attempt more, keep calm.” My favorite part is “keep calm/leaving, disappearing, sleeping.” It makes death seem so peaceful and not as violent as it can be. The students were satisfied with it and were ready to start writing a poem with their partner(s).

Here’s what I learned from this lesson:

  • The best lessons do not have to take the longest time. This was probably the quickest lesson I have ever created thus far. It’s encouraging to see that all lessons do not have to be hair-pulling.
  • Don’t watch the clock, watch your students. Sometimes watching the clock can cause you to hinder your students in the learning process.
  • Be a facilitator. You don’t always need to be in the front of the room for your students to learn. In fact, students may benefit more by searching for answers and meanings themselves.
  • Try something new. If you notice your lessons are not as effective as they were or as you believe they should be, then it may be time to try something new. Don’t throw out your semester plan or your lesson plans. but be willing to stop, assess, and make adjustments.
  • Encourage your students by showing them what they already know. My students are between Novice High and Intermediate Mid. By showing them all of the words they know how to use, it gave them more confidence to try to use them.
  • Students want to be creative. I know my students wanted to be creative, but I was often disappointed in their classwork. However, with this assignment, my students were very creative and worked hard all 4 hours!
  • Find activities that will allow your students to succeed. Even if their poem was not “spectacular,” it could definitely be completed by all of my students.
  • The more you differentiate and scaffold your lessons the more students will stay engaged in class. I did not have to worry about differentiation in this lesson as students were able to simply use what they already knew, be it little or much. Scaffolding eased the students into writing a poem on their own.

Check some of my favorite poems written by my students!

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The diamond poem, which is also called a diamante, is a relatively new form of poetry. Many credit Iris Tiedt with its development in the late 1960s. Due to the short nature of the poems, the fact that they create a pleasing diamond shape, and the fact that they enhance knowledge of language through specific word choice, many children will learn to write these poems as early as upper elementary school. Even without terrific poetic gifts, it can be fun to compose a diamante.

How to Write a DiamanteMany children will learn how to write a diamante by the time they leave elementary school.

In addition to studying shape, these poems study contrast. The first word of the poem, which is a noun, should be near opposite to the last word, and both of these lines are one-word lines. Line two uses two adjectives to modify the noun in line one, and line three is made up of three verbs that end in ing, and modify line one’s noun.

Line four of a diamante is an interesting mix of four nouns. The first two should refer to the first word of the poem and the second two refer to the last word, transitioning the poem to the opposite concept. This in then followed in line five by three more participles (ing verbs), in line six by two more adjectives, and in line seven by the final noun.

With pencil or pen or paper, it’s fairly easy to make the diamante appear diamond shaped. Yet word length choice can cause slightly irregularity in appearance. When typing a diamante, it may not even be recognized as such, unless a person centers the poem. The characteristic diamond or parallelogram form should thus appear.

Writing a diamante can draw on use of vocabulary and on knowledge of grammar. These are often topics being introduced to third through sixth graders. Of course the greater the vocabulary, the more likely these poems will be successful, not just as a language exercise but also as a poetic one. Ease at which these poems can be produced has sometimes been criticized by poets as making the poems of less value. In addition to that, subject matter must be limited to contrasting material.

Nevertheless, it can be fun to compose one of these, even if they are not high art. The example below serves as inspiration to try one out, and as proof that they can be quickly composed.

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@manykitties2- I also do not remember any kind of diamante poem in school. Perhaps that tells our age! However, my son is an upcoming poet and thinks it is ridiculous that I had not heard of it! indemnifyme July 30, 2011

@strawCake – I don’t remember doing diamante poems in school either. However, I did see some as part of an art exhibition awhile back.

The exhibition was all about the written word, so all the artwork incorporated some form of poetry. In addition to the poetry most of the pieces incorporated some form of painting, photography or sculpture to illustrate the words. It was really interesting and unique.

When I was in school I remember doing haiku poems and then sonnets later on. I always thought haiku’s were very easy and sonnets were very difficult!

I can’t believe it, but I’ve never heard of a diamante poem until now. One of my friends is an English teacher and I’m going to ask him if he does these with his students. If he doesn’t, I’m going to urge him to start. They seem fun!

I remember doing diamante poems back when I was in elementary school. Our one English teacher really loved making us create diamante poems because of the way they looked and how easy it was to turn a few poems into a cute book.

I think I may actually have my diamante book laying around somewhere, though I shudder to think about the quality of poetry my 10 year old self was writing. I can’t imagine my vocabulary was that good back then.

Does anyone else remember making diamante poems while in school?

I vaguely remember also doing things like haiku and shape poems, as well as some free form poetry. I really think it was just an excuse for our teacher to have some fun. Sara007 July 29, 2011

For those with kids who are struggling to expand their vocabulary making diamante poetry can be a fun exercise that lets them not only work on their creativity but their English skills as well.

A good idea is to arm your kids with a thesaurus and some great examples. You can actually find numerous samples of diamante poetry online, though it should be screened for content before you show your kids.

If your kids are having trouble coming up with opposing words to start and finish their poems, you can find lists of antonyms online. This could be a good starting point. Since the lists online are exhaustive you may just want to select a dozen or so you think are appropriate and print those out.

Puii Diamante adalah gaya puii yang terdiri daripada tujuh bari. Gari permulaan dan akhir adalah yang paling pendek manakala gari tengah lebih panjang. Ini memberikan tek bentuk berlian. Malah, nama

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Apa itu Puisi Diamante

Puisi Diamante adalah gaya puisi yang terdiri daripada tujuh baris. Garis permulaan dan akhir adalah yang paling pendek manakala garis tengah lebih panjang. Ini memberikan teks bentuk berlian. Malah, nama diamante merujuk kepada bentuk berlian puisi. Bentuk puitis ini dicipta oleh penyair Amerika bernama Iris Tiedt dalamBorang Puisi Baru: The Diamante pada tahun 1969.

Terdapat dua bentuk diamantes: sinonim diamante dan antonym diamante.

Cara menulis Puisi Diamante

Terdapat beberapa peraturan mudah untuk diikuti dalam puisi diamante. Anda perlu mengikuti peraturan ini untuk mencipta puisi diamante yang indah.

  • Puisi diamante selalu terdiri daripada tujuh baris.
  • The 1 st dan 7 th baris mengandungi satu perkataan.
  • The 2 nd dan 6 th baris mengandungi dua perkataan.
  • 3 rd dan 5 th garisan mengandungi tiga perkataan.
  • 4 th baris mengandungi 4 perkataan.

Sinonim sinonim sangat mirip dengan puisi cinquain. Dalam puisi jenis ini, kata nama pertama dan kata nama terakhir berkaitan; mereka boleh menjadi sinonim, atau kata nama pertama boleh menjadi kategori kata nama terakhir.

Di antaranya diamante, struktur ini berubah. Di sini, perkataan pertama dan terakhir adalah antonim seperti siang dan malam, hitam dan putih, dan sebagainya. Bahagian pertama puisi itu harus menggambarkan kata nama pertama dan bahagian terakhir menerangkan kata nama terakhir.

Kandungan sajak harus diberikan seperti di bawah. Kata-kata merah adalah kira-kira 1 st kata nama. Kata-kata biru harus menggambarkan kata nama terakhir.

Walau bagaimanapun, beberapa puisi diamante mengikuti struktur yang sedikit berbeza.

Baris 1: Subjek subjek

Baris 2: Dua menerangkan kata-kata mengenai baris 1

Baris 3: Tiga melakukan kata-kata mengenai baris 1

Baris 4: Frasa pendek tentang baris 1, Frasa pendek tentang baris 7

Baris 5: Tiga melakukan kata-kata mengenai baris 7

Baris 6: Dua menerangkan kata-kata mengenai baris 7

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Was ist ein Diamante-Gedicht?

Diamante-Gedicht ist ein Stil der Poesie, der aus sieben Zeilen besteht. Die Anfangs- und Endzeile sind die kürzesten, während die Mittellinien länger sind. Dadurch erhält der Text eine Rautenform. Tatsächlich bezieht sich der Name Diamante auf die Diamantform des Gedichtes. Diese poetische Form wurde von einer amerikanischen Dichterin namens Iris Tiedt in geschaffenEine neue Form der Poesie: Der Diamante im Jahr 1969.

Es gibt zwei Formen von Diamanten: das Synonym Diamante und das Antonym Diamante.

Wie schreibe ich ein Diamante-Gedicht?

In einem diamante Gedicht gibt es einige einfache Regeln. Sie müssen diese Regeln befolgen, um ein schönes diamante-Gedicht zu erstellen.

  • Ein diamante-Gedicht besteht immer aus sieben Zeilen.
  • Die 1 st und 7 th Zeilen enthalten ein Wort.
  • Die 2 nd und 6 th Zeilen enthalten zwei Wörter.
  • Die 3 rd und 5 th Zeilen enthalten drei Wörter.
  • Die 4 th Zeile enthält 4 Wörter.

Das Synonym Diamante ist dem cinquain-Gedicht sehr ähnlich. Bei dieser Art der Dichtung stehen das erste Nomen und das letzte Nomen miteinander in Beziehung; Sie können Synonyme sein oder das erste Nomen kann eine Kategorie des letzten Nomen sein.

In Antonym Diamante ändert sich diese Struktur. Hier sind das erste und das letzte Wort Antonyme wie Tag und Nacht, Schwarz und Weiß usw. Der erste Teil des Gedichtes sollte das erste Nomen und der zweite Teil das letzte Nomen beschreiben.

Der Inhalt des Gedichtes sollte wie nachstehend angegeben sein. Die roten Wörter sollten ungefähr 1 sein st Substantiv. Die blauen Wörter sollten das letzte Nomen beschreiben.

Einige diamante Gedichte haben jedoch eine etwas andere Struktur.

Zeile 1: Anfangsthema

Zeile 2: Zwei beschreibende Wörter zu Zeile 1

Zeile 3: Drei Wörter zu Zeile 1

Zeile 4: Ein kurzer Satz zu Zeile 1, Ein kurzer Satz zu Zeile 7

Zeile 5: Drei Wörter zu Zeile 7

Zeile 6: Zwei beschreibende Wörter zu Zeile 7

Zeile 7: Betreff beenden

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Beispiele für Diamante-Gedichte

Antonym Diamante Gedichte:

Il poema Diamante è uno tile di poeia compoto da ette linee. Le linee di inizio e fine ono le più corte mentre le linee di mezzo ono più lunghe. Queto dà al teto una forma a diama

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Soddisfare:

Cos’è un Diamante Poem

Il poema Diamante è uno stile di poesia composto da sette linee. Le linee di inizio e fine sono le più corte mentre le linee di mezzo sono più lunghe. Questo dà al testo una forma a diamante. In effetti, il nome diamante si riferisce alla forma a rombo del poema. Questa forma poetica è stata creata da un poeta americano di nome Iris Tiedt inUna nuova forma di poesia: il Diamante nel 1969.

Ci sono due forme di diamantes: il sinonimo diamante e antonym diamante.

Come scrivere un poema Diamante

Ci sono alcune semplici regole da seguire in un poema di diamante. Devi seguire queste regole per creare un bellissimo poema di diamante.

  • Una poesia di diamante è sempre composta da sette linee.
  • L’1 st e 7 esimo le righe contengono una parola.
  • Il 2 ND e 6 esimo le linee contengono due parole.
  • Il 3 rd e 5 esimo le linee contengono tre parole.
  • Il 4 esimo la riga contiene 4 parole.

Il sinonimo diamante è molto simile al poema cinquan. In questo tipo di poesia, il primo nome e l’ultimo nome sono correlati; possono essere sinonimi, o il primo nome può essere una categoria dell’ultimo nome.

In antony diamante, questa struttura cambia. Qui la prima e l’ultima parola sono antonimi come giorno e notte, bianco e nero, ecc. La prima parte del poema dovrebbe descrivere il primo nome e l’ultima parte descrive l’ultimo nome.

Il contenuto del poema dovrebbe essere il seguente. Le parole rosse dovrebbero essere circa l’1 st sostantivo. Le parole blu dovrebbero descrivere l’ultimo nome.

Tuttavia, alcune poesie di diamante seguono una struttura leggermente diversa.

Riga 1: oggetto iniziale

Riga 2: due parole descrittive sulla linea 1

Riga 3: tre parole sulla linea 1

Riga 4: una breve frase sulla linea 1, una breve frase sulla linea 7

Riga 5: tre parole sulla linea 7

Riga 6: due parole descrittive sulla linea 7

Riga 7: fine soggetto

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Esempi di poesie Diamante

Poesie di Antonym Diamante:

How to Write a Diamante

Subject: Language Arts

Overview

Students respond to a photo or visual prompt using diamanté poetry.

Background

Diamanté is a form of poetry that is based on specific rules of structure. With seven lines total, each with either a series of nouns, verbs or adjectives, diamanté poems will provide excellent practice for using critical thinking skills.

The Activity

The teacher will explain and model the structure and process of writing a diamanté poem. Through the use of examples, students will start to understand how selecting appropriate and correct words will influence their ability to effectively answer a writing prompt or represent an image with words.

How to Write a Diamante

Have students select a photo prompt of their interest in the Write About This app gallery.
From the selected photo, students can choose a leveled prompt or they can use the image only by de-selecting “text prompt” in the settings.

Students can use their own photo from the camera roll using the Quick Write button

2. Have students start with a noun that will help them answer the prompt or begin their topic.
3. Give students time to write each line of their poem, referring to the structure of a basic diamanté poem.
4. After students have completed a rough draft, give students time to revise the poem by reviewing the words they have selected. Invite them to use a thesaurus to find the best adjectives to articulate their ideas.
5. After students have had a chance revising, have them create a final draft to publish and share with the teacher and family members using the share options.

What’s Next

Supplementary activities include the following:

  • Have students swap prompts/photos with a peer and respond with a diamanté poem.
  • Ask students to respond to the same prompt in the form of another poetry form. This can include chi quaint, free verse, rhyme etc.

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Diamante dikt er en poei til om betår av yv linjer. Begynnelen og luttlinjene er de kortete men mellomlinjene er lengre. Dette gir tekten en diamantform. Faktik refererer navnet diamante til dik

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Innhold:

Hva er en Diamante Dikt

Diamante dikt er en poesi stil som består av syv linjer. Begynnelsen og sluttlinjene er de korteste mens mellomlinjene er lengre. Dette gir teksten en diamantform. Faktisk refererer navnet diamante til diktets diamantform. Denne poetiske formen ble opprettet av en amerikansk dikter ved navn Iris Tiedt iEn ny poesiform: The Diamante i 1969.

Det er to former for diamanter: Synonym Diamante og Antonym Diamante.

Hvordan skrive en Diamante Poem

Det er få enkle regler å følge i et diamantdikt. Du må følge disse reglene for å skape et vakkert diamantdikt.

  • Et diamantdikt består alltid av syv linjer.
  • Den 1 st og 7 th linjer inneholder ett ord.
  • Den 2 nd og 6 th linjene inneholder to ord.
  • Den 3 rd og 5 th linjene inneholder tre ord.
  • Den 4 th Linjen inneholder 4 ord.

Synonym diamanten er veldig mye som cinquain diktet. I denne typen poesi er det første substantivet og det siste substantivet relatert; de kan være synonymer, eller det første substantivet kan være en kategori av det siste substantivet.

I antonym diamante endres denne strukturen. Her er de første og siste ordene antonymer som dag og natt, svart og hvitt, etc. Den første delen av diktet skal beskrive det første substantivet, og sistnevnte del beskriver det siste substantivet.

Innholdet i diktet skal være som gitt nedenfor. De røde ordene skal være omtrent 1 st substantiv. De blå ordene skal beskrive sistnevnte substantiv.

Noen diamante dikt følger imidlertid en litt annen struktur.

Linje 1: Begynnende emne

Linje 2: To beskrivende ord om linje 1

Linje 3: Tre gjør ord om linje 1

Linje 4: En kort setning om linje 1, En kort setning om linje 7

Diamante dikt är en poeitil om betår av ju linjer. tart- och lutlinjerna är kortat medan mellankurvorna är längre. Detta ger texten en diamantform. Faktum är att namnet

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Innehåll:

Vad är en Diamante Dikt

Diamante dikt är en poesistil som består av sju linjer. Start- och slutlinjerna är kortast medan mellankurvorna är längre. Detta ger texten en diamantform. Faktum är att namnet diamante hänvisar till diktens diamantform. Den här poetiska formen skapades av en amerikansk poet med namnet Iris Tiedt iEn ny poesiform: The Diamante 1969.

Det finns två former av diamanter: Synonym Diamante och Antonym Diamante.

Hur man skriver en Diamante Dikt

Det finns några enkla regler att följa i en diamantdikt. Du måste följa dessa regler för att skapa en vacker diamantdikt.

  • En diamantdikt består alltid av sju linjer.
  • Den 1 st och 7 th rader innehåller ett ord.
  • Den 2 nd och 6 th rader innehåller två ord.
  • 3 rd och 5 th rader innehåller tre ord.
  • 4 th rad innehåller 4 ord.

Synonym diamant är väldigt mycket som cinquain-dikten. I denna typ av poesi är det första substantivet och det sista substantivet relaterat; de kan vara synonymer, eller det första substantivet kan vara en kategori av det sista substantivet.

I antonym diamante ändras denna struktur. Här är de första och sista orden antonymer som dag och natt, svartvitt etc. Diktens första del ska beskriva det första substantivet och den senare delen beskriver det sista substantivet.

Innehållet i dikten ska vara enligt nedan. De röda orden borde vara ungefär 1 st substantiv. De blå orden ska beskriva det sista substantivet.

En del diamantdiktor följer emellertid en något annorlunda struktur.

Linje 1: Börja ämne

Linje 2: Två beskrivande ord om linje 1

Linje 3: Tre gör ord om linje 1

Linje 4: En kort fras om linje 1, En kort fras om linje 7

Puii Diamante adalah gaya puii yang terdiri dari tujuh bari. Gari awal dan akhir adalah yang terpendek edangkan gari tengah lebih panjang. Ini memberi tek bentuk berlian. Bahkan, nama diamante mengac

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Kandungan:

Apa itu Puisi Diamante

Puisi Diamante adalah gaya puisi yang terdiri dari tujuh baris. Garis awal dan akhir adalah yang terpendek sedangkan garis tengah lebih panjang. Ini memberi teks bentuk berlian. Bahkan, nama diamante mengacu pada bentuk berlian dari puisi tersebut. Bentuk puitis ini diciptakan oleh seorang penyair Amerika bernama Iris Tiedt diBentuk Puisi Baru: Diamante pada tahun 1969.

Ada dua bentuk diamantes: diamante sinonim dan diamante antonim.

Cara menulis Puisi Diamante

Ada beberapa aturan sederhana untuk diikuti dalam puisi diamante. Anda harus mengikuti aturan ini untuk membuat puisi diamante yang indah.

  • Puisi diamante selalu terdiri dari tujuh baris.
  • 1 st dan 7 th baris berisi satu kata.
  • 2 nd dan 6 th baris mengandung dua kata.
  • 3 rd dan 5 th baris mengandung tiga kata.
  • 4 th baris berisi 4 kata.

Diamante sinonim sangat mirip dengan puisi cinquain. Dalam jenis puisi ini, kata benda pertama dan kata benda terakhir terkait; mereka bisa sinonim, atau kata benda pertama bisa menjadi kategori dari kata benda terakhir.

Dalam diamante antonim, struktur ini berubah. Di sini kata pertama dan terakhir adalah antonim seperti siang dan malam, hitam dan putih, dll. Bagian pertama dari puisi harus menggambarkan kata benda pertama dan bagian terakhir menggambarkan kata benda terakhir.

Isi puisi harus seperti yang diberikan di bawah ini. Kata-kata merah harus tentang 1 st kata benda. Kata-kata biru harus menggambarkan kata benda terakhir.

Namun, beberapa puisi diamante mengikuti struktur yang sedikit berbeda.

Baris 1: Subjek awal

Baris 2: Dua kata yang menggambarkan tentang baris 1

Baris 3: Tiga kata melakukan tentang baris 1

Baris 4: Ungkapan singkat tentang baris 1, Ungkapan singkat tentang baris 7

Baris 5: Tiga kata melakukan tentang baris 7

Baris 6: Dua kata yang menggambarkan tentang baris 7