"Ham and Swiss on Rye" written as a Parallelismus Membrorum, often used for short proverbs, but I have managed to use it to write a story in 37 lines.
This smile could melt any heart....
Through tears and laughter, together they'll greet tomorrow...
"Invasion" written in Streambed's Ripple, which utilizes a mix of iambic pentameter and tetrameter lines, with a partial refrain in the center of each stanza
The greatest gift you can give to someone you love...
How fragile is friendship without trust
"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
What is the greatest gift you have ever received?