Many times as poets, we write about things that stir up the passion. Sometimes, we overdo it. In poetry, restraint is called for, especially in love poetry. You dont
have to throw everything into one poem. You can break it up and write several poems about your love. Perhaps one about your loves eyes, another about the hair, etc. There are many other ways to address it
without tying yourself in the sack with the cats youre trying to drown.
As you are reading about new devices or forms, restrain yourself. Dont overdo it, at least not for a serious poem. You might try some throw-aways in some new form or using a device that is new to you
like dyfalu, but remember to be kind to your friends and family by not subjecting anyone to your experiments and practices. When you understand your new toy well enough and have had sufficient practice, you can
share it with others with restraint.
Of course, as many of the authors friends would inform you, this might be a point he should practice as well as preach.