Line 1: Noun or subject
Line 2: Two Adjectives describing the first noun/subject
Line 3: Three -ing words describing the first noun/subject
Line 4: Four words: two about the first noun/subject, two about the antonym/synonym
Line 5: Three -ing words about the antonym/synonym
Line 6: Two adjectives describing the antonym/synonym
Line 7: Antonym/synonym for the subject
Thanks to A Reading Writer, Rosema my talented friend, for information on how to write a Diamanté. And my apologies, these are supposed to have a diamond shape, but I have no patience for that! Also, the picture isn’t Colleen, I just thought this woman was beautiful, and so was Colleen.
Forming, Endearing, Unfolding,
Helpful, Engaging, Miserable, Depressed
Bursting, Sobbing, Disappearing,
Living, Travelling, Teaching,
Beautiful, Unique, Self- Hating, Forlorn.
Ending it, Choosing, Dying,
Not Understanding, Not Knowing, Not Getting the Right Help,
Lost in Her Head, Stressed, Finding Peace, Forgiveness
Loving, Glowing, Comprehending in Heaven.
Hope for Daughter.
One daughter, best-friends,
Laughing, Talking, Sharing,
Happiness, Remembering, Sadness, Grieving.
Crying, Missing, Wishing,
Thinking, Hoping to See Her One Day,
Advice Shared, Helpfully Wise,
Cherishing, Loving, Listening,
Memories, His Little Girl, Painfully, Mourned.
Grieving, Hurting, Reasoning,
Hope Filled, Praying,
Thinking Back, Memorizing Moments, Praying.
Sturdy, Strong, Badily Hurt, Too Much Loss,
Tearing up, Remembering, Smiling,
Tough, Missing Granddaughter,
Concerning, Demonstrating, Advice Giving.
Stylish, Classy, Covering Sadness, An Image.
Struggling, Breaking, Supporting.
Mentor in Death.
Woman passed on,
Missed, Not Forgotten,
Remembering, Laughing, Crying.
Magnetic, generous, Beyond Life, Loved.
Wondering, Praying, Inspiring,
Living-on, Saved By Grace,
Woman of Memory.
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