This is an attractive form that’s easy to get on with and makes a pleasant shape. I’ve included links to the two different types of lantern/lanturne poetry so you can choose which nuance suits you best. Mine are a mish mash of the two, with the last word of the stanza referring back to the first.
Just realised, I must have had my brain turned off this morning, but the whole point of the lantern poem is the shape it makes. So don’t forget (like I did) to centre your poems.
Given the form and the brevity, this is a good one to use if you want to make a string of small poems.
I see your smile
wind drags cloud
across your eyes
you hide your face