"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.
"The Greatest Way to Learn" is a Line Messaging poem, in which the last line of each stanza, when combined, forms a message of its own.
"Teach Me to Wait" written as an A L'Arora, a stanzaic form with a minimum of 32 lines and almost no rhyme.
"Until Death" written as a Licentia Rhyme, in which each couplet of the first stanza is repeated as the opening couplet of succeeding stanzas, and the first couplet is repeated as the last couplet of each stanza
"Dreamers" written as a Cento, a collection of lines from other writers' poems
"Ramblings of a Lunatic" written as a Reverse Word poem, in which the end words of each couplet are heteropalindromes rather than rhyming words