Literature. (I chose to submit it graphically to assist people without programming experience in reading it. I do have programming experience, and I still find the colors helpful.)
I once read an article (I believe it was in a gaming magazine) that said that the people who are out there programming video games would, in an era without computers, be doing art for a living -- music, theater, whatever. I wholeheartedly agree. I'd be trying to become an actor if not for the fact that I want to help bring video games out of the "Oh my God, you're turning our children into antisocial murderers!" spotlight to be placed beside film as a complex art form. It was such thoughts, combined with my Computer Graphics class homework, that made the idea pop into my head:
What if I wrote a love poem as if it were a program?
The form and point of the poem popped into my head immediately. The real challenge was in trying to make it like an actual program without making it illegible to people who had never looked at -- or even wanted to look at -- a block of code in their life. So it was that in the interest of general readability, I left out some elements necessary to make the program run properly or at all.
Or what some of the code means!
The code is divided into four main blocks, with the poem itself starting at the yellow highlighted line.
The top three blocks of code are programmer-defined types.
Enum - [link]
Struct - [link]
Near the bottom of the fourth block, on line 80, is a for-loop.
For-Loop - [link]