A Didactic Cinquain is a fun way to practice showing the way words relate to each other.
"Eat" written as a Monololiquie, which is basically a 31-line (in this case) non-sense monorhyme.
A Whyquain is a monorhymed answer to a question.
Hope is the invisible force that empowers life.
"Invasion" written in Streambed's Ripple, which utilizes a mix of iambic pentameter and tetrameter lines, with a partial refrain in the center of each stanza
A poem in exactly six words
A Standard Cinquain has meter, rhythm, and rhyme.
Poetry is my cup of tea.
"The Charge" written in Blind Rhyme, which is more of a technique than a form.
"Heaven's Air" written in Ballade Stanza, three octaves followed by a quartet envoy