"Figures in the Snow", written as an Ocarina (Sestina-like form)
"Give Me Skies of Blue" written as a Septina, a form patterned after the Sestina, but based on the septet rather than the sestet
"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.
"Carry On" written as an Arkquain String, a centered form with a curvature to it and minimal rhyme.
this seems to come instinctively to a mother
the artist sees the finished work from the beginning
What goes around comes around....
with this in hand, you can go anywhere
Sometimes the best playthings aren't toys.
A poem for Father's Day