Today's poet almost certainly can't help but
think about how their poem looks on a page.
It's easy to change line breaks, stanza breaks,
word spacing, line length and fonts with a word
processing program. And it's interesting to
see how changing the line length or a stanza
break can slightly alter the meaning of the
text. But what happens when we take the words
out of the poem and the letters out of the words
and play with their relation to the page? What
happens when the visual form of the poem is
as important as the words that make it?