The Formal Ceremony

A good example of this form of writing is the Jewish Candle Lighting Ceremony at a Bar/Bat-mitzvah.  The written poetry-type structure is usually written in four-line verses and calls on the people who have positively affected a thirteen-year-old's life to come up and light a candle for them.  The ceremony provides both recognition for the people lighting the candles and also calls on them to continue their support for the child as he/she grows into adulthood.  THE SCRIBE can write a candle-writing ceremony and any other ceremony that you may need.
The Scribe, Himself.