There is something neat and note worthy of a rhyming poem of 4 stanzas. Why is this? Is it because one can spread an idea with an, introduction, description, effect and then an ending? Sonnets offer similar segmentation, a way of presenting a situation in a few different ways, then offering a conclusion wrapped up in a summary. Anyway, I digress. I like a poem that questions, even if it is rhetorical. It places the reader right away in different shoes. Would God/Jesus accept a person who bore the scars of pain and suffering? That is a question that some would shout an answer, but I think this is not the place for me to answer that. Sometimes poems are just ramblings of the mind - an organised mind dump, if you will. I find when I am troubled/bored/stressed I can churn out a rhyming poem of four stanza and feel all the better for it, or at least, one step closer to it.