"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.
Nothing is sure except...
The cries of al the ages, coursing through the land, are carried to the sea...
"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.