The Butterfly Cinquain is basically Mirror Cinquain with one of the center 2-syllable lines left out.
The Mirror Cinquain is comprised of two Crapsey Cinquains in a single stanza, where the second is written in reverse.
The Reverse Cinquain is simply a Crapsey Cinquain in reverse.
The Crapsey Cinquain was inspired by the haiku and tanka.
An Insane Cinquain is a fun way to practice rhyming in a non-standard setting.
A Didactic Cinquain is a fun way to practice showing the way words relate to each other.
A Whyquain is a monorhymed answer to a question.
A Standard Cinquain has meter, rhythm, and rhyme.
Introducing the newest poetry challenge for DSM
This week's challenge is to write a haiku using only words the begin with the letter Z