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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
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
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.
format
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

example of cause and effect diamante
Example of Cause and Effect Diamante

Sun

Bright Yellow

Shining Glistening Beaming

Sunglasses TowelAloe Clothing

Burning Stinging Peeling

Red Itchy

Sunburn

checklist
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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