"Look and Live" written as a Didactic poem, this tells a story with a moral.
"Give Me Skies of Blue" written as a Septina, a form patterned after the Sestina, but based on the septet rather than the sestet
"Rainy Day" written as a Caccia, a stanzaic tercet form with plenty of onomatopoeia and a refrain at the end of every stanza
"Entwined" written as an Entwined, a stanzaic form with at least three quintets and interlocking rhyme
"I Find You in the Stillness" written as a Tuanortsa, a palindromic poem.
"When We First Embraced" written as a Terza Rima, with 16 tercet stanzas of interlocking rhyme.
"Game" written as a Reversing Ripple, in which the line length of each stanza equals the number of feet per line.
"Anticipation" written as a Rhyming Wave, a stanzaic form in any number of quatrains with a closing couplet.
"Secret Strength" written as a Flamenca, a stanzaic form in any number of quintains with a rapid rhythm.
"The Color of Sky" written as a Cyclone, a 44-line form that loops back to end as it began