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This section needs better formatting at least and probably rewording to be clearer. I do not know enough about the subject to confidently reword it without damaging whatever meaning is unclearly expressed here, though.
Bruitist poem: it is the phonetic poem, not so different from the futurist poem. Invented by Richard Huelsenbeck.
Simultaneous poem: a poem read in different languages, with different rhythms, tonalities, and by different persons at the same time. Invented by Tristan Tzara.
Movement poem: is the poem accompanied by primitive movements.