This study is intended to construct the poetics of Bob Dylan`s songs by demonstrating what poetic effects his songs and lyrics in the 1960s have. First of all, I look into the frequently raised question, `Can Bob Dylan be called a poet?` To answer it, we need to take it into account that his poetic medium is a song. The uniqueness of his art lies in a new way of fusing poetry, voice and music and it contributes to the creation of poetic spaces crossing between high and popular(or mass) cultures. To illuminate these arguments, I point to the peculiar total effects stemming from the aspects that language, voice and music as his three key elements intermingle, strain or contradict with each other. It turns out that we can`t approach Dylan`s works of art in the same way as when approaching other print-based poetry. So approaches towards his art have to be more holistic by going over the processes and ranges of his compositions and performances. In addition, both his poetic and musical elements have to be focused on as the same important ones. This leads us to the possibility of a new poetics with no boundaries between poems and songs, while pointing to an aesthetic democracy.