"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?
Rhyming Wave - an 18-line poem that mimics the motion of the waves upon the shore
Word Sonnet ~ one word per line
...and we strain our eyes to see some more, always looking—and counting, counting...
Rondine -- The beginning of the first line is repeated twice as a refrain.
Shoe Laces -- 11-line poem that alternates between iambic tetrameter and monameter
Pleiades ~ 7-line stanza in which the first word of each line alliterates with the 1-word title