"To Leave the Pain Behind" written in Puente, a form which contains two stanzas with separate thoughts joined by a 1-line stanza that forms a bridge.
"A Brand New Start" written in The Stephens, a stanzaic form that alternates feminine and masculine rhyme at the end of short lines
"Lost" written as a Dinggedicht, or object poem
"Hands That See" written as a Paulo Ludibrium Comitato, a stanzaic form with short lines and an unlimited number of octaves.
"A Mob of Drops" written as a Sestina, a 12-Century form that uses repeated end words instead of rhyme.
"Together in the Distance" written as a Double Waltz Wave, a syllabic form with a soothing sound.
"Ham and Swiss on Rye" written as a Parallelismus Membrorum, often used for short proverbs, but I have managed to use it to write a story in 37 lines.
"Carry On" written as an Arkquain String, a centered form with a curvature to it and minimal rhyme.
"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.