"Boring," by John Whitworth, is written in seven different stanza. The first five stanzas are written using six lines each. This six line stanza is called a sestet. The fifth stanza contains eight lines; this is called a octet. The final stanza is composed using only one line.
The rhyme scheme of the poem (defined by looking at the last word of each line) is as follows:
abcbdb efgfhf ijkjlj minioi pqrpst uvwxxxxx u.
The poem is written using enjambments (where a line of poetry continues onto the following line). Given that the thoughts of the speaker are separated into two lines per thought/sentence, this shows the use of an enjambment.
Outside of the above defined form, the poem is relatively a free verse. Rhyme is sporadic outside of each stanza, yet it it exists. The poem is relatively straightforward and concrete.