"A Walk in the Woods" is written using a Double Ballade Supreme, an isosyllabic poem with 6 stanzas and an optional envoy
"So Leaf Subsides" written as a Rhaiku, a 3-stanza poem consisting of a haiku, a rhymed stanza, and a free verse stanza
What is your favorite thing about snow?
With barefoot steps I measured the length of the sunny field...
What activities do you find restful?
The cries of al the ages, coursing through the land, are carried to the sea...
The white sands along and underneath the Blackwater River are one of Florida's natural beauties.
"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.
A haiku in which every word begins with the letter Z
This week's challenge is to write a haiku using only words the begin with the letter Z