Friday, February 20, 2009

stephen's diamante

Remember doing these in elementary school?  In case your memory has failed, a diamante is a form of poetry that contrasts two nouns that are opposites.  The word "diamante" originates from French and means "covered with diamonds," hence the diamond form.  

Perhaps after reading this, you'll conclude that Stephen needs to read Tim Challies' post about his ipology.



fast, sleek

working, creating, enjoying

Leopard, love, dislike, Vista

breaking, boring, unsatisfying

slow, bulky


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