There has been a lot of hype around this metaphor, “Code is Poetry”. There have been many opposing claims regarding the use of this. Since there is not well defined definition of poetry, the opposition ought to be careful. Given the present definitions of poetry, one can prove almost anything to be poetic. So why not code?* It has a pattern, rhyme scheme, and repetition. Although it does not appeal to be as beautiful as other forms of poetry, it certainly demonstrates the definition of poetry to some extent. Apart from the words in the html code, the symbols like hash tags, and brackets seem to rhyme and repeat as well. The html code for poetry also seems to go in a pattern if one reads it out aloud. It is very easy to define something as poetic but not so to oppose something as not poetry. A poet with skills in html language can first easily write poems in html code. The poem on the webpage will then appear as it should normally be. So one cannot say that poetry is code and code is not poetry or vice versa. There is enough evidence to support both these sides. As a hard core poetry fan, I see everything to be poetic.