"Heaven's Air" written in Ballade Stanza, three octaves followed by a quartet envoy
with this in hand, you can go anywhere
But home had changed... and so had she....
A poem in exactly six words
All paths are filled with their own measure of joy and sorrow. Choose it by faith, and walk it the same way.
The hands on the clock move in only one direction.
"The Way Up" written as a 23-line Daisy Chain - a poem in which the last word of each line appears as the first word of the next line.
Chain of Abolition - a 22-line poem with an increasing stanza length and an external rhyme scheme with an interesting twist
Mesmerized by the flickering flame of the candles
Diminishing Hexaverse - a 21-line poem with a diminishing line and stanza length