"Winter's Storm," a Cascade that meditates on both being and receiving a blessing
"So Long," written as an Atarlis Fileata, exploring the complexities of married life
"The Cynic and the Sage," written as an Argonelles, is a discourse between two people with opposing views on life.
"Waiting" written in Free Verse
"Figures in the Snow", written as an Ocarina (Sestina-like form)
"Lost Twice", written as a Dinggedicht, or object poem
"I Cannot Fear Death" is written using the Mathnawi form, which has been in use for many centuries
"A Walk in the Woods" is written using a Double Ballade Supreme, an isosyllabic poem with 6 stanzas and an optional envoy
"My Yellow Garden" is written using The Swinburne, a metered stanzaic poem with both external and internal rhyme.
"No Greater Love" is a Raccontino. Similar to the Line Messaging poem (see 61 lines), this form also includes a hidden message.