"Winter's Storm," a Cascade that meditates on both being and receiving a blessing
"So Long," written as an Atarlis Fileata, exploring the complexities of married life
"The Cynic and the Sage," written as an Argonelles, is a discourse between two people with opposing views on life.
"Waiting" written in Free Verse
"Figures in the Snow", written as an Ocarina (Sestina-like form)
"Lost Twice", written as a Dinggedicht, or object poem
"The Greatest Way to Learn" is a Line Messaging poem, in which the last line of each stanza, when combined, forms a message of its own.
I can see the sky for the first time since I came
"Teach Me to Wait" written as an A L'Arora, a stanzaic form with a minimum of 32 lines and almost no rhyme.
"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