"When We First Embraced" written as a Terza Rima, with 16 tercet stanzas of interlocking rhyme.
A romantic summer night
"To Leave the Pain Behind" written in Puente, a form which contains two stanzas with separate thoughts joined by a 1-line stanza that forms a bridge.
What good is liberty without the ones you love?
"Hands That See" written as a Paulo Ludibrium Comitato, a stanzaic form with short lines and an unlimited number of octaves.
I can't think of a better way
"Together in the Distance" written as a Double Waltz Wave, a syllabic form with a soothing sound.
No longer two, but one... in body, mind, and soul.
"And I Still Dream" written as a Forlorn Suicide, a 33-line poem that, though filled with longing, is not depressing, as the name of the form may suggest.
"The Dreamer" written as a Gemstone, a 32-line poem written in octaves with a mix of iambic tetrameter and trimeter