Well, we all know opposites attract. It’s the stuff of romance novels. It’s the stuff of Shakespeare’s love poems.
The idea of the diamante is to take two opposites and link them using a form that makes a diamond shape. You do not need to rhyme. You don’t need to count syllables. You only need to know a few parts of speech. If you took fifth-grade language arts, you should be good to go.
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