Nothing gold can stay... but it sure looks nice while it lasts.
"My Yellow Garden" is written using The Swinburne, a metered stanzaic poem with both external and internal rhyme.
With barefoot steps I measured the length of the sunny field...
A haiku in which every word begins with the letter X
Describing the world around me with brevity
She has been gone a long time. Did he remember her? How will she know?
A haiku in which every word begins with the letter A
Enjoy the immortality of these lovely transient flowers.
This tutorial features two sample poems: "Irons in the Fire" and "What's in a Name."
Another example of the Sonnetina Quattro.