Today I’m going to try to experiment with a style of poetry called Diamante.
It is traditionally made up of 7 lines, and the text forms the shape of a diamond.
It is a fairly recent form of poetry, developed in 1969.
The criteria for a Diamante are as follows:
Line 1: Beginning subject
Line 2: Two verbs about line 1
Line 3: Three adjectives about line 1
Line 4: Two nouns about line 1, two nouns about line 7
Line 5: Three verbs about line 7
Line 6: Two adjectives about line 7
Line 7: End subject
Source : Wikipedia
Fear before Glory
gripping, hiding, consuming
heartbeat, breathless, victory, power
enduring, inspiring, satisfying
Fear comes before the relief that glory brings.