For March, I will be doing pantoums. A pantoum consists of any number of four-line stanzas, with the second and fourth lines of one stanza repeating as the first and third lines of the next. (https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/poetic-form-pantoum)
One of the several poems I found coming to me just as I was getting ready to go to sleep for the night. (The title is provisional, since nothing better immediately came to mind…)
Today’s entry inadvertently combines prompts from PoeWar:
Write a poem about a natural event.
[W]rite a water poem.
…give the curtal sonnet a whirl.
Earlier, the prompt explains:
…the curtal sonnet is shorter than the normal, fourteen-line sonnet. Instead, it has a first stanza of six lines, followed by a second stanza of four, and then closes with a half-line.