Last week, as I was looking through my son’s school work and discussing what he was enjoying doing at school, he introduced me to the diamante. It sounded like he had fun working on it – he chose school and home for his diamante and though I have to yet read his take on it, I decided I need to write one too – and it was as fun as he made it sound! So here is my diamante – as I wonder each day if I spent it properly – the hours and minutes – and know oftentimes I could have done better. Time feels infinite when we plan for things – I always feel I can finish this and that and well, also one more thing – but then it is gone – in a flash – and my list of to-do, though has definitely reduced quite a bit, still leaves me feeling I can do with more time, or maybe more planning!!
Note: Line 6 of the diamante – the ‘minute’ here is the one with the definition – very short time: a very short period of time;while the ‘minute’ in line 7 refers to 60 seconds:)
For Haiku Heights:carnival
Walls moving in close
Cold brow, open mouth, no sound