I decided to try another form and see if the change did me some good creatively. Which one I wondered. The answer was presented in a new Squidoo Lens on the subject of The Clerihew, I came across whilst browsing. It is a humerous or whimsical format a format invented by a Edmund Clerihew bently. Basically it is a four line poem, with a rhyming sceme of AABB but no metre or syllable count restrictions, the lines often having irregular length.
It is often biographical; written about a person, and the first line should contain, or consist solely of that persons name.
So, my first two examples are from the world of pop music:-
You'll be aware that Mick Jagger
Despite his wrinkles has a swagger
But looks are deceiving
Just look at the attention he is receiving
and the second uses the cockney rhyming slang, Hank Marvin = Starvin'
Starvin' Hank Marvin
Gets my feet tappin'
He's my guitar Hero
All others rate zero
And this one in honour of the olympics
Consider Sir Roger Bannister
Raised to knighthood from just a mister
In championship style
He ran a four minute mile
I will be looking hard at other forms to widen the scope of the poetry I am writing. The discipline seems to work for me.