As a writer, I'm more a novelist than a poet. I like to work on poetry sometimes because it flexes some of the literary muscles. How to invoke a feeling or evoke a setting in a few words - how to structure the stuff between the dialogue in a way that makes people want to keep reading - I like that about poetry.
Haiku isn't really my form but I practice that, too. What it gives me a limitations. How can I say what I want in just three lines? To be evocative within the limitations of a haiku is like being a seed between two paving stones.
I mostly write sci-fi and fantasy but sometimes wander off into real life, or horror, or whatever else is going on in my head. I'm autistic and find these kinds of expression helpful. You can find my work all over the place.
And, of course, my Amazon page.