Write a cinquain about something that is "small."
A cinquain is a form invented by Adelaide Crapsey in homage to haiku. She was from Rochester NY.
The form is based on syllable count per line:
You may use simile (like, as or than) in your poem. The lines may enjamb (flow from one line to next).
Cinquains are addictive. Once you get started, it's hard to turn back.