A Dribble is a 4-line poem with exactly 100 characters (spaces and punctuation not included).
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"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.
"Duke" written as an Arkquain Swirl. Symmetry is important in this form.
But he left me standing there alone, for he knows not how to wait.
A poem for Father's Day
All freedom requires loss of a lesser thing.
Another preview of this week's poetry challenge form: Sonnetina Uno (blank verse).
A preview of this week's poetry challenge form: Sonnetina Due. This one uses split couplets.