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Corresponding with a friend about chatgpt and poetry he used a new word. I don’t know if it was an intentional coinage but I do like the idea that machine generated verse is “algorhythmic”.


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Just as an example... especially for Kalleh... I asked chatgpt for a double dactyl about Boris Johnson (remember his middle name is Alexander). This was the result

Higgledy-piggledy,
Boris Alexander,
Often in headlines, he
Struts and he brays.
Promising Brexit and
Buses emblazoned with
Lies that he told us in
Earlier days.

Pretty fair go, I thought.

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And if you think that’s impressive I asked for a villanelle about psoriasis

Psoriasis plagues me day and night,
Its scales and sores a constant sight,
A battle fought with all my might.

I hide beneath long sleeves and tights,
Ashamed to show the world my blight,
Psoriasis plagues me day and night.

I try each cream, each pill in sight,
To make my skin once again bright,
A battle fought with all my might.

My spirit sinks with each new fight,
Despair takes hold with all its might,
Psoriasis plagues me day and night.

But hope remains within my sight,
I'll find a cure that's just right,
A battle fought with all my might.

Though psoriasis is my plight,
I'll keep on fighting with my might,
Until the day I win the fight.


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If Al Gore Rhythms can write poetry and term papers, why can't they get the closed captions on my TV right?
 
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