"Traveling Thoughts" written as a Mad Cow, a pastoral form with long, flowing lines.
"Duke" written as an Arkquain Swirl. Symmetry is important in this form.
"And I Still Dream" written as a Forlorn Suicide, a 33-line poem that, though filled with longing, is not depressing, as the name of the form may suggest.
"The Dreamer" written as a Gemstone, a 32-line poem written in octaves with a mix of iambic tetrameter and trimeter
"Eat" written as a Monololiquie, which is basically a 31-line (in this case) non-sense monorhyme.
"The Alphabet of Our Love" written in Alpha Beta, a poem in which each line begins with a consecutive letter of the alphabet
"I Was Not There" written in Free Verse
Couplet Chain ~ a series of open and closed rhyming couplets
"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