Jerry is my husband, he makes me very happy
and he says that I'm beautiful even when I look crappy
He loves to joke and play many stupid boy games,
he even likes to wear silly glasses with silly frames.
It's good that you try different styles.
I moved from rhyme and meter, almost to prove I could do freeverse.
Back then I actually thought that freeverse was the inferior form because without any restrictions you were basically free to say whatever you wanted, it is, and you are, but seriously, the lines have blurred.
my general comment to you is that while it's great to try new styles, i think that whoever you are, you will achieve more and uncover more of what is of great worth if in all attempts, your primary concern is to whether or not it is a poem. And, for me, a poem is a precious thing, one that you would not throw away.
it's like training, say if you were in the army, so you are out there training for war, well if you slack and say this is just pretend then chances are, when the time comes, you will get shot up like cowboys and indians.
there's nothing wrong, with exploring, working through the use of different mechanics, but have the intent to make a poem, something you would not throw away.