"I Cannot Fear Death" is written using the Mathnawi form, which has been in use for many centuries
A light-hearted take on dieting
If your pathway is lined with stones, grow some callouses.
"Look and Live" written as a Didactic poem, this tells a story with a moral.
"Give Me Skies of Blue" written as a Septina, a form patterned after the Sestina, but based on the septet rather than the sestet
The color yellow evokes a feeling of happiness and warmth.
"The Color of Sky" written as a Cyclone, a 44-line form that loops back to end as it began
"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.
"A Brand New Start" written in The Stephens, a stanzaic form that alternates feminine and masculine rhyme at the end of short lines
"A Mob of Drops" written as a Sestina, a 12-Century form that uses repeated end words instead of rhyme.