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Creative Corner Online: Different Diamanté

Creative Corner Online: Different Diamanté

The diamantés we printed in Young Disciple last week all followed the opposites format: starting with one concept and bridging to its opposite, in the middle of the poem. However, that's not the only way to write a diamanté. Some poets use synonyms for the first and last word of the poem, instead of antonyms. Here's one last diamanté we received, with a different twist. Nice work, Jacob! We love how uplifting this poem is!

Trustworthy, undaunted
Watching, waiting, believing,
Time, labor, Homeland, peace
Singing, enjoying, praising,
Beautiful, perfect,

—Jacob Martin, age 17

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