The next decastich challenge is the tritina. It is made up of 3 3-line stanzas and a concluding line and includes repetition of the ending words of each line. Thanks to Linda Luna for reminding me of the tritina! I used to write these often but had forgotten about this form for a while.
Look in the garden: summer berries,
Many varieties which we love:
See their color, taste their sweetness!
Blueberries and strawberries give sweetness
To an eternal summer: happiness grown like berries,
Friendship and care which become love.
When I look back on our precious love,
I will remember your kindness, your sweetness,
And the taste of those home-grown berries.
We have grown these berries of love and sweetness.