Lamentations consists of five chapters; the first four are acrostics. Chapters 1, 2, and 4 each have 22 verses, corresponding to the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, the first lines beginning with the first letter of the alphabet, the second with the second letter, and so on. Chapter 3 has 66 verses, meaning each letter (of the Hebrew alphabet) begins three lines. The fifth chapter is not an acrostic but still has 22 lines.
Each of my first four poems consist of 22 stanzas. The fifth poem has 11 stanzas, however, because the Bible verses in Lamentations 5 are so short.