What are the difference between poem and song?
one difference between a poem and a song, is that a song repeats the same song a lot, but a poem doesn't repeat one line as many times as a song would.
They are types of poetry. A sonnet is a 14-line poem, usually in iambic pentameter, with one of a number of fixed rhyme schemes, and which usually divides into two sections of either 8 and 6 lines or 12 and 2 lines. An ode is a poem of praise. An elegy is a poem of sad remembrance. A song is a lyric intended to be set to music and sung.
Well, if you wrote a poem then you could use it as a song or if you wrote a song you could use it as a poem but if you sung a song that you orignally wrote as a poem and never mentioned it was a poem then people could mistake it for just a song. If you read a poem which was orignally a song I suppose depending on the words it could work.
Answer A poem is a song that's written in words and that rhymes or at least rhymes in a certain kind of way. A story is something written longer and in dialogue. Basically, I'm saying a poem is a song and a story is not a song. That's the difference. ^ Not all poems rhyme. Today constant rhyming poems are actually looked down on as made for children. A story tells you about either a…
It is the poem which basically telling us the difference between evil an good.in this poem tiger is acting like evil and lamb is acting like goodness(or god).distant deep means hell and skies means heaven.so this poem tells us the difference between heaven and hell,good and evil.this is the main theme or central idea of "the tiger".