How Technology Has Changed Poetry

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Introduction
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words, and never stops at all (Dickenson). This paper explores how technology is changing poetry. Emily Dickenson’s “Hope” is the thing with feathers, is a poem that I feels reflects and defines what poetry is. The evolution of technology creativity has gone on a rampage with no restrictions. Poetry has gone to epics and now in today’s world it has revolved into music and spoken word.

Body
Each form of poetry has similarities and differences that will build on top of each other and subtract. To understanding how technology has transformed it today as spoken word we need to go all the way to the beginning. The foundation of poetry is called epic poetry. The oldest poetic work is the Epic of Gilgamesh written in cuneiform in Sumer. Poems were written on tablets. Epic poetry is recognizable with its context, these poems are written a lot like plays with huge amount of dialogue.

Emotions play a big role in the words chosen in a poem. The words that are picked are full of beautiful bliss. Memories, experiences, and objects can create poems. The words chosen can bring a piece of our life and give others an emotional experience. Through poetry you can convey and allow your mind to explore and create.

Conclusion
Poetry is a key that can lead you anywhere with no limits; it strengthens your mind to put feeling or emotions into perspective. Poetry is like a snap chat into your soul, a sneak peek at something so concealed and mysterious. Words are powerful; they can express a feeling or mood that you can’t express. An outlet as a blank piece of paper is
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