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This paper attempts a simple digital literary criticism of Ammar Alshukry's poem "Jannah." The poet presents his work in the form of a kinetic poem, making the readers need to focus not only on the words but also on the animation and the sound effects. The analysis follows Iskarna's (2023) argument on the alternative models of electronic literary criticism, emphasizing the poem's written words and the digital medium used to create and present the poem. The findings show that the poem provides a vivid image of a Muslim living in Jannah (Paradise). Furthermore, the social media site used provides the poem with a high degree of accessibility since the readers can easily find the poem on various devices and browsers. The poem, finally, reminds all Muslims always to be entirely devoted to Islam so that they can reach the Jannah.