Out of all poetry, some of the most beautiful work has been written in just fourteen lines. Many of us will immediately call to mind the sonnet form with the very mention of fourteen lines, but there is a special appeal attached to a poem of fourteen lines. It seems that it is just the right length to express one’s self in so many ways. Some find this task easy and some find it more difficult; reasons vary from poet to poet. Members of this group write in various styles ranging from free verse through syllabic verse to the structured and traditional sonnet forms.