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Diamante Poems. Diamante. A diamante is a seven line poem, shaped like a diamond. Ex: Day Bright Sunny Laughing, playing, doing Up in the east, down in the west Talking, resting, sleeping Quiet, dark Night. Directions.

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Diamante

  • A diamante is a seven line poem, shaped like a diamond. Ex:

    Day

    Bright Sunny

    Laughing, playing, doing

    Up in the east,down in the west

    Talking, resting, sleeping

    Quiet, dark

    Night


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Directions

  • You are going to create a cause and effect diamante poem. The first 3 ½ lines will be about the cause, and the last 3 ½ lines will be about the effect.


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Format

Cause

Adjective, Adjective (about cause)

-ing word, ing word, -ing word (about cause)

Four nouns (two about cause, two about effect)

-ing word, -ing word, -ing word (about effect)

Adjective, Adjective (about effect)

Effect


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Example of Cause and Effect Diamante

Sun

Bright Yellow

Shining Glistening Beaming

Sunglasses TowelAloe Clothing

Burning Stinging Peeling

Red Itchy

Sunburn


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Checklist

  • Did you use the correct diamante format?

  • Did you use the parts of speech correctly?

  • Is the last line an effect of the first line?

  • Did you color and/or decorate your poem?


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