Where We End

This is a Diamante Poem. The pattern consists of seven lines which forms the shape of a diamond when centered on the page. The first and seventh lines each consist of a single noun. Each noun is the antonym of the other, creating the opportunity to present unusual contrasts. The second and sixth lines are each two adjectives describing their respective nouns. The third and fifth lines are each three gerunds (present participles) describing their associated antonym. The fourth line contains four nouns, with two relating to each antonym.

Where We End

Togetherness,
united, shared
fusing, joining, combining
friendship, marriage, separation, divorce
isolating, detaching, disconnecting
solitary, companionless,
Loneliness