CINQUAIN were developed in the early 1900s by an American poet to resemble Haiku. Cinquains follow a formula. It's kind of confusing, so follow me here:

The first line is one word giving the title. It has 2 syllables. The second line has 2 words that describe the title. It has 4 syllables. The third line has 3 words that express an action. It has 6 syllables. The fourth line has 2 words that express a feeling. It has 8 syllables. The fifth line is 1 word. It has 2 or 3 syllables.

Buster wrote a really cool cinquain:

Fern holding a book.

Cinquain Poem

by Buster

Delicate balls
Softly Floating above
Unbelievable happiness