"Teach Me to Wait" written as an A L'Arora, a stanzaic form with a minimum of 32 lines and almost no rhyme.
a definition of love
"Magic Moments" written as a Paiku, a syllabic form with a basis in the number pi.
"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.
No longer two, but one... in body, mind, and soul.
"Duke" written as an Arkquain Swirl. Symmetry is important in this form.
Hope is the invisible force that empowers life.
My love has been away a long, long time, And it looks like he’ll be gone much longer still.
Sunny Sunday afternoon— perfect time to sway in the hammock, staring blankly into the foliage that towers above me and dances to the music of my mind....
A preview of this week's poetry challenge form: Sonnetina Due. This one uses split couplets.