"Popcorn" is a fun verse about a favorite snack.
"My Only Praise" is a lengthy chain of heroic couplets about the importance of being satisfied with where you are.
"Thank God for the Sun," a Lilibonelle about storms and the sun that melts away fear.
"Still Waiting for That Book," a Swinburne Decastich, is a conversation between a writer and her conscience.
"From Beginning to End," a Reversed Monometric, is a reflection on a lifetime of friendship, love, patience, and hope.
"The Boy and His Dog" is my version of a poem first written by George Sweetman in 1842.
"Experimental Poetry," an Augmented Monometric, is a bit of light humor on the subject of writing poetry.
"I Didn't Know," an English Ballet which commemorates the life of a dear friend.
"Redemption," a Sydney's Double Sestina which focuses on the fact that no man can prolong his life or the life of another by wealth, power, or prestige.
"Nothing New," a Forward-Backward poem that focuses on the making of cherished memories