Diamante poems are diamond shaped poems with 7 lines. They are usually written to compare two vastly different things by analyzing both. To complete a diamante poem, you have to understand three parts of speech – nouns, verbs, and adjectives.
The title has two topics that you want to compare.
Line 1 one noun A
Line 2 two adjectives A
Line 3 three verbs ending in ‘ing’ A
Line 4 two adjectives for A and two adjectives for B
Line 5 three verbs ending in ‘ing’ B
Line 6 two adjectives B
Line 7 one noun B
Teenager – Adult
Fooling, joking, playing
Immature, young, old, sophisticated
Working, writing, talking