I admittedly took a few liberties with the Diamanté form, in order to get to thirty three words. As the reader probably knows by now, the a Diamanté form is written from the outside in, or more specifically from the top down, and bottom up; describing (in this case) opposites. They meet on the middle line.
This was written in response to Trifecta Challenge: “This week’s prompt word is inspired by a less-than-inspiring few weeks in the life of at least one (no more than three) Trifecta editor(s). If this type of language is not your thing, don’t worry. There aren’t too many more swear words with third definitions in our dictionary, so we can guarantee Trifecta won’t always be not safe for work. If it is your thing, well, give us your best.
1. (noun): any of several hardy gregarious African or Asian perissodactyl mammals —
2. (noun): a. often vulgar : buttocks —
3. (adverb/adjective) often vulgar—often used as a postpositive intensive especially with words of derogatory implication “