Music is of all ages. It’s true, music did change since the moment Lord Byron wrote down his poem “Stanzas for music”, during the Romantic Era. Stanzas for music doesn’t seem to handle music, find out why.
Song texts as poetry. It’s possible. Rhyming is poetry (not always necessary). The words of the song by Jim Croce are so beautiful. They can pass off as poetry! The lyrics of your favourite song can be considered as poetry as well. Here’s just an example of a song, that shows us how beautiful words are.
The poem “The House Was Just Twinkling In The Moon Light” is a perfect example of Modernism, written by Gertrude Stein (1874 – 1946). This poem may well be written about any house in the French countryside. The other option that it is about the house she grew up in Pennsylvania.