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by • May 12, 2011 • Children Poems, Diamante Poems, Shape PoemsComments (10)9224

Diamante poem about light and dark


Diamante Poem


Bright splendid
Gleaming, glowing, revealing
Day, sunrise. Night, inactivity
Glooming, lurking, sleeping
Stygian, dusky

© 2011 Marinela Reka

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10 Responses to Diamante poem about light and dark

  1. becca says:

    I like this one very much – I like the contrast and the way you used different color to further illustrate the difference!! Bravo!

  2. Versebender says:

    Great job. A perfect example of matching subject matter with form. Bravo! Vb

  3. Kim Nelson says:

    I really like the numerous adjectives and the change in font color, as well as the overall shape. Nice work.

  4. Liz says:

    Nice poem! ^^

  5. Sara Healy says:

    I love this one. I like how you made the contrast with words. It feels like a video of the sunrise and sunset, but in fast mode. Well, at least how it reads to me:~)

    I must confess, I had to look up the word “Stygian,” but it’s a perfect fit.

    I’m really enjoying reading your poetry and learning about the different types.

  6. jinksy says:

    And isn’t stygian a wonderful word? 🙂

  7. Pietro says:

    Marinela, this is a very beautiful poem with the two parts (Light / Night) fitting together perfectly!

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