NaPoWriMo challenged poets to write in the form of a ruba’i. That translates to an AABA rhyming scheme. You may be familiar with Robert Frost’s famous Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening, which is a good example. Here’s my ruba’i.
The friendly way she took him down
There’s not another gal in town
Could do him justice like she did
And leave him such a happy frown
She left him wanting so much more
It settled such a simple score
He could not believe that that was that
But once was all, there time was for
So off she went and left him there
He followed her with just his stare
But there he stayed, while there she went
With her he never had a prayer.