"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
"The Bigger Man" written as a Villanelle Chain, a series of 3 traditional villanelles
"Celebration" written as a Rubaiyat, a stanzaic quatrain poem
"Celebration" written as a Rubaiyat, a quatrain stanzaic form patterned after "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam."
"So Leaf Subsides" written as a Rhaiku, a 3-stanza poem consisting of a haiku, a rhymed stanza, and a free verse stanza
"Magic Moments" written as a Paiku, a syllabic form with a basis in the number pi.
"Look and Live" written as a Didactic poem, this tells a story with a moral.