OK, I’ll get to Tarzan in a moment!
An American Cinquain – invented by Adelaide Crapsey – is a short poem of 5 lines with a syllabic pattern of 2-4-6-8-2.
[Source: 2010 Poet’s Market listing for Amaze: The Cinquain Journal, p. 72].
Here’s my initial effort:
Tarzan / wasn’t seeking / a wife; he was seeking / a swinging good time and a hot / prime mate.