Word of the Day:

Doggo:
1.
Informal. in concealment; out of sight.
Idioms
2.
lie doggo, British Slang. to keep out of sight; hide:
Lie doggo until the excitement blows over.

Poetry Form:

Diamante  is made up of 7 lines using a set structure:

Line 1: Beginning subject
Line 2: Two describing words about line 1
Line 3: Three doing words about line 1
Line 4: A short phrase about line 1, a short phrase about line 7
Line 5: Three doing words about line 7
Line 6: Two describing words about line 7
Line 7: End subject

 

Example of a Diamente Form:

Day and Night

 Sunrise

glorious, radiant,

renewing, awaking, warming

coffee, work; champagne, leisure,

relaxing, ending, calming

serene, tranquil

Sunset

My Inspired Poem:

Campfire 

hot

forbidden

pop! crackling flame

bids insect, human and beast

dancing illumination

smoke inhalation

kumbaya

sang


Credits:

Word of the Day by Dictionary.com

Poetry Form by Young Writers

Poem by Arlene Smith

Photo by An Optical Illusion

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