Diamond Lil


WP Writing 201: Second version of a concrete poem using a diamond (which is otherwise known as cold ice; cold being the word for the day)and anaphora (repetition of a word in beginning lines of verse). First diamond shaped poem of the day for this assignment was Diamond in the Rough....previous post today. Take a look there too!

10 thoughts on “Diamond Lil

    • lillian October 16, 2015 / 3:29 am

      I truly appreciate your generosity in nominating me for this Award. It’s an honor to have fellow bloggers enjoy my posts! I’d love to participate but have found that I must divide my time between this wonderful blogging world, time for writing, and time carved out for family. So, with that in mind, I must pass on this process. For me, I most enjoy my morning cup of coffee chatting with folks via their comments– hope you understand. And hope to see you again over a morning cup! Again, thanks so very much!!

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      • Kathy October 16, 2015 / 10:58 am

        I do understand. That post cut into my work time yesterday. Shh…don’t tell my boss as I have a major deadline hanging over my head 😃. I also have my kids and all their activities and would like to find time to actually write my book. So trust me, I get it. Just know how much I love your writing.

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      • lillian October 16, 2015 / 11:43 am

        ….and THAT is the best award of all! A wonderful compliment like that 😊 Happy I am with my first cup of coffee this morning, seeing your words here.

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    • lillian October 17, 2015 / 10:55 am

      Ah…..that should be in the definition of “concrete poetry:” for the senses! 🙂 Glad you liked these two diamonds i the rough….one more glamorous than the other 🙂

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