A poet I used to know who was given to overwriting pronounced the word poem as though it were spelled poyme. Unfortunately, not everyone can pull off just writing a poem, and they wind up underwriting a pome. Rather a large number of people, poetasters they are called, can't even rise to that level, and they write a peom. Still others have no conception of what a poem actually is, and they write somep'n else. Those are the categories of Turco’s Instant Critical System:
Poyme: overwritten poem.
Poem: what a poet wishes to write.
Pome: underwritten poem.
Peom: a language disaster.
Somep'n Else: whatever, but not language art.
Now anyone can be a poetry critic.