A Dribble is a 4-line poem with exactly 100 characters (spaces and punctuation not included).
"So Long," written as an Atarlis Fileata, exploring the complexities of married life
How refreshing to see that the cold has not stopped the fountain.
"Anticipation" written as a Rhyming Wave, a stanzaic form in any number of quatrains with a closing couplet.
"Hands That See" written as a Paulo Ludibrium Comitato, a stanzaic form with short lines and an unlimited number of octaves.
Through tears and laughter, together they'll greet tomorrow...
"No Regrets" written in Quintina, a sestina-like form based on quintets instead of sestets
"The Alphabet of Our Love" written in Alpha Beta, a poem in which each line begins with a consecutive letter of the alphabet
"I Was Not There" written in Free Verse
Rhyming Wave - an 18-line poem that mimics the motion of the waves upon the shore