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    Wait is over for you to pen down the second half of the beautiful verse written by you beautiful writers.

    You have probably have heard it a million times “Diamonds are a girl's best friend”.

    Today, we'd like to challenge you with word DIAMOND based on the previous day word WOMEN. Continue yesterday's 6 line poem about women with today's word Diamond in 6 rhyming lines !!

    Mention your 12 line rhyming verse in caption and today's 6 line rhyming verse in body of the post.

    When trials fall, she remains tough
    Yes, a diamond in the rough,
    Black…but the woman shining outside her cage
    For courage is youth’s heritage.
    In time seasoned, one polished gem
    Reigning like a glossed diadem,
    And strength becomes a lasting grace
    Facing doubt with holy embrace.
    She knows each conquest quite well paid
    When life’s jewel adorns her shade.
    This woman never bought but found
    A precious light,diamond finally crowned.

    We hope you'll find by taking part in these challenges that you'll discover some new ideas.

    Interactive challenge suggestion credit :
    @triptichadha : 12 line poem.
    And as usual challenge twist by writerstolli.

    Tag your write-up for this challenge #woman_wt
    Also tag your friends in the comment section to reach a wide platform.

    The best 3 verses shall be posted on both mirakee and Instagram page of writerstolli.

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    And strength becomes a lasting grace
    Facing doubt with holy embrace.
    She knows each conquest quite well paid
    When life’s jewel adorns her shade.
    This woman never bought but found
    A precious light,diamond finally crowned.

    ©neete onclaud