Tagnetic Poetry is another experiment using Flash to display your blog’s tag cloud. It was Merel Zwart who came up with the brilliant idea to mimic magnetic poetry. Because it re-uses most of the code used in WP-Cumulus, the 0.8 version should already be pretty stable.
You can see it in action here.
Tagnetic Poetry’s settings page will let change the display size, the background color, tag sizing and other things to make it fit your blog. Once you’ve set it up users will be able to click the tags, or drag them to create their own tag poetry.
One thing to note is the dimensions you choose for the movie will in part determine the number of tags displayed. At the default settings the plugin attempts to display 45 tags, but if a tag is too big to fit into the remaining space available it will give up and move on to the next one. This is why you should not consider this a replacement for your usual tag cloud if your site depends heavily on tag navigation. Or you should dedicate lots of space to it and choose a relatively small tag size.