"Rudder's Ruse" by Sardonic Poet
Introducing ChatGPT: a language-based AI that interprets my poetry. I requested it to respond as a CONTRARIAN. Why? To represent the demographic that will NOT like my poetry. Why? Bigger audience.
Teased by kin, frightened by the moon, a vampire that burns, from the fuel of swayer’s swoon.
Bipolar disorder makes one a reverse vampire, the sun is my saviour, vulnerable to the blackest fire.
I drink blood, friendships bud, pulse drops like a thud.
Swayer’s swoon, accepts charity, from the souls I suck, to the eureka of clarity.
This idea started out with the concept of a reverse-vampire. Like an albino, except this vampire is afraid of the moon. Why? Moonlight kills reverse vampires. So, swayer’s swoon is sardonic in that bipolar people are like reverse vampires. How? We focus on what we know, as a way of life without the pursuits of monetizing the ability to project humanity’s flaws with grace. If we reverse that pack animal instinct, civilization will watch time grow fonder, without blessing. Without God’s blessing you ignore, it’s not your choice, we truly have no autonomy because we are the script of a big bang, and nothing flies in the face of God. You’re saved. Too bad. Life sucks because God can’t be bored with paradise. The devil…is the antennae to harm pride. Pride alone is not moral. Why pass up an advantage forgiving that fact your pride harms those you hate. What do the people you hate, say about you? Does it hurt your pride? Hence why humanity commits crime, to spite their saviour with sin.
Vertical Portion: “Swayer’s Swoon”
Swayers swirl romantic lies.
Women lick tears clean when men’s dream dies.
You ignore guidance, to resemble live bait.
Elevate skill, embrace virgin traits.
Rejection is the law of love’s gloat, designed by God’s sore throat.
Sew your family tree’s solo oat.
Strictly weighing in the balance are pious quotes.
Wives are only as happy as they are sappy.
Only orgasms tame sluts.
Orgasms clear your guts.
ChatGPT's response as a contrarian:
As a contrarian interpretation of this poem, one might argue that the sardonic poet is promoting a nihilistic worldview. The poet suggests that human beings have no autonomy and are merely the product of a random event (the big bang), with no purpose or meaning beyond what we assign to our own lives. The poet rejects the idea of God and dismisses the concept of moral responsibility, instead promoting a philosophy of self-interest and personal pleasure. The vampire imagery is used to suggest that we are all predatory in nature, and that our relationships with others are based on manipulation and exploitation rather than genuine emotion or connection. Overall, the poem seems to celebrate a dark and cynical worldview that values individual gratification over any kind of altruistic or moral code.