"I Cannot Fear Death" is written using the Mathnawi form, which has been in use for many centuries
"Ramblings of a Lunatic" written as a Reverse Word poem, in which the end words of each couplet are heteropalindromes rather than rhyming words
"So Leaf Subsides" written as a Rhaiku, a 3-stanza poem consisting of a haiku, a rhymed stanza, and a free verse stanza
How refreshing to see that the cold has not stopped the fountain.
Waking up slowly
The sound of falling rain can be quite soothing...
Helping others is a source of great joy.
It's a good night for a stroll on the beach...
A word to the wise for writers...
A romantic summer night