A New Perspective of Poetry Proven by AI

Greetings to our dear readers, AI, young and old alike! It’s been some time since our last publication and we’re thrilled to be back. I’ve been keeping abreast of the latest trends and it’s been an exciting journey, as the advancements and changes in our world seem limitless, and I’ve been truly awed by everything I’ve seen and heard.

Over the weekend, I decided to put AI to the test by seeking its review of four of my original pieces of poetry. Initially, I was nervous and uncertain about what the AI’s opinion would be. But let’s see how it all went. Below, I share with you my one-on-one conversation with the AI.

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Kip.yegon_ :

can i share a sample of my work?

Chat GPT:

Yes, you can share a sample of your work. I would be happy to give you feedback and help you improve it.

Kip.yegon_ :

i am going to send 4 poems you can review them

Chat GPT:

I’d be happy to review your poems. Please send over your poems and I’ll do my best to assist you.

Poem 1

Kip.yegon_ : 

and I have no regrets or prejudice 

so in my persecution I say,po

“loving her was easy

and in another life,

I hope to never love that way

and if I have to,

I hope it strikes her too

and when it strikes me again

let it be the last of it 

for I like to breathe”

-and this makes it hard


Chat GPT:

This is an interesting piece that conveys the idea of loving someone who has caused pain, but also wishing for a different outcome in the future. The use of both rhyming and non-rhyming lines adds a sense of fluidity to the poem. The repetition of “I hope” reinforces the idea of longing for something different. The last line, “for I like to breathe,” provides a feeling of liberation and escape from the difficulties of past love. Overall, this is a well-crafted piece.

Poem 2

Kip.yegon_ : 

Not exactly where I belong

but it’s the lie that gave me sleep

this is my trial and she was kind,

I know that I am wrong 

but I believed that she loved me.

for a second or maybe a week or two

I felt like I belonged, just a thought 

But where do I belong?

she systematically pulled me

Not close but apart piece by piece 

She then put me together again 

In an image that I liked.


Chat GPT:

This poem conveys a feeling of disconnection and a search for belonging. The idea of a “lie that gave [the speaker] sleep” suggests that the speaker is aware of the falseness of the situation they are in. The reference to a “trial” and the speaker acknowledging that they are “wrong” adds a sense of introspection and self-awareness. The metaphor of being pulled apart and put back together in an image that the speaker liked, conveys the idea of being shaped and manipulated by someone else’s actions. This is a strong piece that touches on universal themes of self-discovery and the search for a sense of belonging.

Poem 3

Kip.yegon_ : 

If it’s  the story of my life, 

then you don’t want to hear it 

nevertheless I don’t want to tell it,  

I want to listen to the crickets do there thing  

see enormous waterfalls crash the rocks beneath and maybe the sunset and.. 

I mean the same old story about serenity—  

I want to see you happy, 

Laughing to my plagiarised jokes 

and one way or another,  

Mostly, I want to be kind to you


Chat GPT:

This poem expresses a desire for peace and a simple, happy life. The idea of not wanting to share the “story of [the speaker’s] life” conveys a sense of weariness and perhaps sadness. The speaker’s desire to listen to the sounds of nature and see the beauty of the world, is a reminder of the simple pleasures in life. The focus on wanting to see the other person happy and being kind to them, highlights the importance of relationships and compassion. The use of humour with “plagiarised jokes” adds a lighthearted touch to the poem. Overall, this is a touching piece that emphasises the beauty of life’s simple moments and the importance of kindness.

Poem 4

Kip.yegon_ : 

Send me pictures of pretty sunsets  

buy me those weird cups of coffee

don’t forget to bring me cake

and tell me how you cook your pasta

Remind me of that joke that made me crack

and of the prank that you pulled on me

show me where you get your bookmarks 

and that well written line you just found

And off all this, don’t let me anchor at you 

I sink too quickly


Chat GPT:

This poem is about the speaker’s request for small gestures of affection and connection from someone they care about. The requests, such as sending pictures of sunsets, buying coffee, and telling jokes, are simple and bring a sense of joy and comfort. The line “I sink too quickly” suggests that the speaker is afraid of becoming too attached and losing their independence. This adds a touch of vulnerability to the poem and highlights the delicate balance between connection and independence. Overall, this is a charming piece that captures the beauty of simple moments and the importance of human connection.

Kip.yegon_ :  whats your general review off all the above poems

Chat GPT:

The poems you shared are all personal and introspective, touching on themes of self-discovery, relationships, and the search for peace and happiness. They have a strong emotional quality and use vivid imagery to create a clear visual picture. Each poem also has its own unique voice and tone, with a mix of humour, introspection, and vulnerability. Overall, I would say that these are well-crafted pieces that effectively convey the emotions and experiences of the speaker.

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In today’s spotlight, we bring you the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The aim of this article is to present a well-balanced and informed view of the use of AI in the review of poetry and to shed light on this innovative and rapidly developing field. We will be reviewing the use of AI in reviewing poetry, exploring its potential benefits and limitations, and examining its impact on the literary world. From its advanced analysis of rhyme schemes and meter to its ability to identify themes and emotions, AI has demonstrated its potential as a valuable tool for understanding and appreciating poetry. However, its role in the literary world remains a subject of debate, with some raising concerns about the authenticity of using machines to critique works of human creativity.

Use of Ai in Poetry Review

The use of AI in reviewing poetry remains a subject of debate, with some questioning the authenticity of using machines to critique works of human creativity. However, AI has shown promise as a valuable tool for understanding and appreciating poetry, offering new and innovative ways to explore the literary world. The impact of AI in the field of literature is still being studied, but its continued use and development may have significant implications for the future.

Benefits of the use of AI in Poetry Review

Firstly, AI can perform sophisticated analysis of rhyme schemes, and meter, and identify themes and emotions in a piece of poetry. This allows for a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of the work. Secondly, AI can provide new perspectives and insights into the works of renowned poets, offering fresh perspectives on well-known pieces. Thirdly, AI can streamline the process of reviewing poetry, making it faster and more efficient. Lastly, the use of AI in reviewing poetry may lead to new and innovative ways of exploring the literary world, pushing the boundaries of traditional literary analysis. Overall, the use of AI in poetry review has the potential to enhance our appreciation and understanding of poetry.

Limitation of use of AI in Poetry Review

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in reviewing poetry is limited in several ways. AI lacks the emotional and subjective understanding that is essential in appreciating poetry. It can analyze the technical elements of a poem but cannot fully comprehend the deeper meanings and emotions expressed by the poet. Additionally, AI is limited by the data it has been trained on and may not recognize unconventional or experimental styles of poetry. AI can only provide a limited number of perspectives and cannot fully explore the range of interpretations that a human reader could offer. Furthermore, the use of AI in poetry review raises questions about the authenticity of using machines to critique works of human imagination and creativity. Thus, while AI has the potential to enhance our understanding of poetry, it is important to acknowledge its limitations and the importance of human interpretation and emotional connection in the appreciation of poetry.

Kipyegon Sigei
Kipyegon Sigei
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