To Rhyme is Human; But To Write Something Totally Unreadable Takes a Computer
My daughter pointed out, as soon's
I’d said it,
If I write a poem no one else will see,
Then still, it's guaranteed that someone's read it,
Even if that someone's only me.
I could write a program (when I find the time)
That would write in verse the garbage I would feed it;
When it’s finished, it’d be guaranteed to rhyme—
And so badly written, no one’d ever read it.
If you say that a computer is a person,
Then admittedly my strategy is blown;
The only way my circumstance could worsen
Is if my program's poem's better than my own.