"Until Death" written as a Licentia Rhyme, in which each couplet of the first stanza is repeated as the opening couplet of succeeding stanzas, and the first couplet is repeated as the last couplet of each stanza
"I Find You in the Stillness" written as a Tuanortsa, a palindromic poem.
"When We First Embraced" written as a Terza Rima, with 16 tercet stanzas of interlocking rhyme.
What good is liberty without the ones you love?
A love song
"Together in the Distance" written as a Double Waltz Wave, a syllabic form with a soothing sound.
"And I Still Dream" written as a Forlorn Suicide, a 33-line poem that, though filled with longing, is not depressing, as the name of the form may suggest.
"Heaven's Air" written in Ballade Stanza, three octaves followed by a quartet envoy
"No Regrets" written in Quintina, a sestina-like form based on quintets instead of sestets
Can you find the hidden message in the title of this poem?