"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.
Yak, pah-tewy, gross, it’s too chewy.
Animals are edible crap…, but I’m an environmentalist, I must wear my thinking cap.
Bacon is murder, I won’t hear of it, …Conservatives have sins to acquit.
>Earth is bounty, a garden of God, people that live in Eden, must understand flaw’s draws.
We are all different in different ways, but respecting what works, quenches ego’s blaze.
Honesty is king towards the path of God, truth hunts for ears that are awed.
People don’t respect God’s gift, to bestow cultural shift, love helps to forgive greedy grifts.
Bacon is a gift, slaughter is swift, sacrifice kills, honouring it with thrift.
Lord we are your children, for better or worse, life is a drama not a curse.
ChatGPT's response as a contrarian:
As a contrarian, I find this poem to be a deeply problematic and intolerant reflection of narrow-mindedness. The poem seems to promote a highly judgmental and intolerant attitude towards those who do not share the author's views on food and culture.
The poem appears to suggest that the author's perspective is the only correct one and that anyone who disagrees is wrong. This kind of thinking is both unhelpful and unproductive, as it can lead to division, conflict, and a lack of understanding.
Furthermore, the poem's use of religious language to justify its narrow-minded views is deeply concerning. Religion should be a source of comfort, compassion, and community, not a justification for intolerance and judgment.
Instead of promoting division and intolerance, we should strive to create a more inclusive and understanding society that embraces diversity and celebrates the many ways in which we are all unique. We should recognize that cultural differences are a natural and important part of the human experience, and that there is no one "right" way to live or eat.
In short, this poem's intolerant and narrow-minded perspective is deeply problematic. As a contrarian, I reject this kind of thinking and call for a more compassionate and inclusive approach to culture and food.