A Dribble is a 4-line poem with exactly 100 characters (spaces and punctuation not included).
"Figures in the Snow", written as an Ocarina (Sestina-like form)
"I Cannot Fear Death" is written using the Mathnawi form, which has been in use for many centuries
"Look and Live" written as a Didactic poem, this tells a story with a moral.
"A Mob of Drops" written as a Sestina, a 12-Century form that uses repeated end words instead of rhyme.
Nothing is sure except...
Couplet Chain ~ a series of open and closed rhyming couplets
The Balance - a 20-line poem with an ebb-and-flow rhythm and a closing refrain
I'm awed that death should hold such beauty.
Chaucerian Roundel ~ a tercet, quatrain, and sestet with a refrain