The prompt site Poefusion, home of Monday Mural and Friday Five, asked poets to give a try writing a Pleiades.
This modern form was invented by Craig Tigerman, editor of Sol Magazine, in 1999. It consists of a seven line stanza where each line begins with a word that starts with the same letter as the title of the poem. The title must only be one word.
You can read an examples here.
Stop over at Poefusion and check out the links to the work of poets who took part in the prompt, each one creating a pleiades of their own, and then think about joining in on the fun by posting your own pleiades.