In didactic cinquain, the first line is a one-word title, the subject of the poem; the second line is a pair of adjectives describing that title; the third line is a three-word phrase that gives more information about the subject; the fourth line consists of four words describing feelings related to that subject; and the fifth line is a single word synonym or other reference for the subject from line one.
I have written double didactic cinquain representing two different viewpoints on “love”. Which one can you relate to 🙂

 

I

 

love

divine, immeasurable

stimulating, confiding, beautifying

powerful emotion transforming life

passion

 

 

II

 

love

insane, irrational

domineering, prying, rebelling

powerful emotion transforming life

lust

 

 

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