What is the difference between poetry and hyper poetry?

What is the difference between poetry and hyper poetry?

Poetry is defined by its meter, often known as prosody. Hyperpoetry is a type of digital poetry that employs hypertext mark-up to create linkages. Literary works rely on digital characteristics such as connected World Wide Web sites or effects such as music and movement. These characteristics are not necessary for something to be considered digital poetry.

What is a hypertextual poem?

Hypertext poetry is a type of digital poetry that use linkages created with hypertext mark-up. It is a highly visual form connected to hypertext literature and the visual arts. Because of the connections, a hypertext poetry has no defined sequence, with the poem moving or being formed in reaction to the links selected by the reader/user. A hypertext poetry also may include audio, video, or other forms of media integrated into the text.

Examples of hypertext poems include those written by James Tate under the name jamesott.net and John Taggart's site called Taggarts.com. Other well-known poets who have created sites are David Antin, Michael Palmer, and Charles Bernstein.

The term "digital poetry" can be used to describe both traditional poetry printed on paper and hypertext poems online. However, unlike traditional poetry, which is fixed in some medium (such as print), a digital version of a poem can be updated easily by its author. Therefore, it is important for poets to keep their websites up to date with any new poems, publications, etc.

Some writers distinguish between "online poetry" and "hypertextual poetry" to describe works that use hyperlinks instead of page numbers to connect lines of verse. This article uses the term "hypertextual poem" to describe all such works.

According to The Chicago Manual of Style, an online poem is: "A printed or written work available on the Internet.

What is the poetry example?

Poetry is a form of literature that is built on the interaction of words and rhythm. It frequently utilizes rhyme and meter (a set of rules governing the number and arrangement of syllables in each line). Anglo-Saxon poets, for example, had their own rhyme schemes and meters, whilst Greek and Arabic poets had others. Today, most poems are written in standard poetic forms, which include sonnets, villanelles, ballads, pantoums, and tercets.

The term "poem" comes from the Latin poemum, meaning "in praise or commemoration of some person or thing", thus referring to a work used to honor someone or something. A poem can also be called a poem because it uses language in a pleasing manner. Many poems are written in praise of someone or something, but that is not necessary for them to be considered poems. What matters is how well the language is used to create a feeling in the reader or listener.

In English literature, there are several genres of poems that may be found included in collections of poems by various authors. These include epics, odes, hymns, prayers, sonnets, villanelles, fables, gnomic poems, mnemonic poems, and limericks. In addition, there are instructional poems that teach people how to do things like play an instrument or drive a car. And many poems have been written about other poems!

Some poems are very short.

Why is it called a poem?

Poetry (from the Greek poiesis, "creating") is a type of writing that use the aesthetic and frequently rhythmic aspects of language—such as phonaesthetics, sound symbolism, and metre—to evoke meanings in addition to, or instead of, the prosaic ostensible meaning. Poets often say that their work is an attempt to express something of importance's emotional significance.

A poem can be as short as 20 lines or as long as 6,000. Although poems are usually considered to be written works, some artists such as William Blake used drawings as poems. A poem may have any number of stanzas, but only the first and last ones are generally designated as such. The term "stanza" comes from the Italian word for "stand," which in turn comes from the Latin word for "post"; thus a stanza is any section of a poem composed of several lines postured like columns on a page.

In English literature, a poem is defined as "a sustained work of art, especially a literary composition in verse," and is usually considered to be either lyrical or dramatic. Lyric poetry expresses emotion through rhythm and rhyme while drama uses dialogue to reveal emotion.

The terms "poem" and "poetic" have been used interchangeably with other words and concepts throughout history.

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