I invented a new form of poetry, which I call "hybrid form".
It incorporates any number of stanzas and couplets in different forms that already exist in the same poem. Here is an example:
I float in a velvety infinite space,
A magician's cape as a backdrop.
A multitude of stars all around.
The comets greet as they pass me.
Then, from above, descends a woman
Adorned in a most dove-white dress.
Surrounded by a flock of cherubim,
Her lips, capable of an enchanting kiss.
"Who are you?" I ask, "and where am I?"
"You're in a dream, and I am Love," she replies.
She had the most enigmatic golden eyes.
She strokes my chin, and her eyes met mine.
"Search for me," she says as she rises toward the heavens.
Her voice rang of a joyous melody.
"Scour diligently in all directions
And I will guide you to your remedy.
"I will promise you not anymore
What your heart tries so hard to seek for.
It too will learn my joyous melody
And you will sing it along with 'your one and only'".
In this case, the format was ABCD EFef GhhI JKJK LLMm (lowercase represent near rhymes and quasi-rhymes), using combinations of quatrains, free form, rhyming couplets, and other forms. Not my best work, though.
P.S. I might also call it "Rondo form"
Tell me what you think!