"Teach Me to Wait" written as an A L'Arora, a stanzaic form with a minimum of 32 lines and almost no rhyme.
"Magic Moments" written as a Paiku, a syllabic form with a basis in the number pi.
"Hands That See" written as a Paulo Ludibrium Comitato, a stanzaic form with short lines and an unlimited number of octaves.
"The Dreamer" written as a Gemstone, a 32-line poem written in octaves with a mix of iambic tetrameter and trimeter
"Heaven's Air" written in Ballade Stanza, three octaves followed by a quartet envoy