Additional Poems by
Ray Kurzweil’s Cybernetic Poet

These additional poems were generated by the Cybernetic Poet after reading poetry by a variety of contemporary and classic poets. In some cases, the poetry of several poets was combined to create one blended "poet personality".


Pain

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Pat Camarena Rose

The pain:
true
imagined
carnal
fantasy
projected
adulterous.

 

The Saxophone Player

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil and Pat Sherman

The saxophone player
lives alone,
blows
lives alone,
blows
a swinging door
splendid silence
prophetic poses
splendid silence
prophetic poses
of a prayer and the walls.

 

Lives Revitalize

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Dave Gitomer

past lives revitalize
we were blinded
though, felt the waves
we were blinded
though, felt the sun
on cold winter day
relevant and without roles
thespians without roles
and without a heartbeat without roles
thespians without roles
not bounded nor limited

 

Be Thoughtless

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Dave Gitomer

be thoughtless
know meaningless
soaring to come true
meaningless
soaring to need
oh yes it be completed
to feel your passion
to love
feel your passion
to complete
to transcend all at once

 

Come To The

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Various Love Poets

You come to the sky.
The incarnate dream?
Then far from the light
The incarnate dream?
Then there was the sun,
The wind came cold,
And the secret
impulse of the eyes to me
The moon was no dream?
of the magnet of the night
without stopping to me
quiet as the world I hear

 

Thinking Of Water

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil

I am thinking of water
and the girl, she sits
dancing by the sun

 

Smoke

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil

Imagine now the dark smoke
awaken to fly
all these years
to another day
notions of tangled trees
the other side of water
I see it is already here
sequences of her face
see it is shared
and old friends
passed their dreams

 

Find

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil and Wendy Dennis

Listening to find
she hides deep within her
yet in mortal reach.

 

The Bookcase

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil, Wendy Dennis, and Various Love Poets

Off the bookcase
searching for art's sake. Life for myself to
this solitude among
collective images.

 

Double Dreams

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Wendy Dennis and John Keats

Double dreams
hover'd about,
a lamp from my soul.

 

A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Wendy Dennis and Emily Dickinson

A wounded deer leaps highest,
I've heard the daffodil
I've heard the flag to-day
I've heard the hunter tell;
'Tis but the ecstasy of death,
And then the brake is almost done,
And sunrise grows so near
sunrise grows so near
That we can touch the despair and
frenzied hope of all the ages.

 

The Dichotomy

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Pat Camarena Rose

The dichotomy,
the dichotomy
the night
the retreat,
broken consciousness
ideal,
dichotomy
the state of what I know.

 

As You

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Wendy Dennis and Pat Camarena Rose

empty as you
a bit of lust
mistaken love.

 

Dark

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Kathryn Lynn

I am the dark.
on
the night
The
past of love
gone stale.

 

She Cries

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Don Lawson

She cries of three,
asked quite innocently,
"Wanna see my abode
asked quite innocently,
"Wanna see my abode
and we'll tell of none.
I'll tell of three,
asked quite innocently,
I'll tell of such vulnerability,
where I go
there is a tale.

 

...I

A cinquain poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Kimberly McLauchlin ,
Patricia Camarena Rose
and Patrice Sherman

...I
recall the passion
exploding hourly at my lips
like an angel's bed
to the rest.

 

Blue Rectangle Block, Four

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Pat Camarena Rose and Don Lawson

Blue rectangle block, four
Green column block, once
He
column block, Blue block
Orange block, twice
Green column block, four
Green column block, four
Green column block, once
the
Green column block, four
Green column block, once
Fortress.

 

The Other

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Pat Sherman and Pat Camarena Rose

The other,
the Romantic search:
Now I watch you

 

Is

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Kamau Bashiri

look up now, there is
a definition coming through
the river of light

 

I May Ask One

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Pat Camarena Rose and Kamau Bashiri

I may ask one
who beats the
passion drum insane,
who beats the big black ties and
wrote out of
high school and now to share
this rush with the
passion drum insane,
inducing sleepless nights,
drum insane,
inducing sleepless nights,
visited by the ravens eye.

 

Paint The

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Kamau Bashiri and Ray Kurzweil

Paint the sun
the type of perfection
the type of depressed moods
the type of teacup tapping
the type of soft pillows
type of water
of force,
of light
soft parade of trees
contempt
for a burn, a sod of life

 

Walk In An

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Dave Gitomer,
Donald R. Lawson,
Garry Cameron Brown,
Kamau Bashiri,
Matt Dennis
and Ray Kurzweil

A walk in an
inane
seduction
is as one of me
It begs for me

 

Dreams Are The

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Brandy Walton,
Kathleen Frances Wheeler,
Kathryn Lynn,
Kimberly McLauchlin ,
Patricia Camarena Rose,
Patrice Sherman,
Randi,
Sue Klapes Kelly,
Tricia Olszewski
and Wendy Dennis

Dreams are the silver moon.
We sadly went to indifference.
Past sins absolved
Shed tears, sorrow to fight the world steps back
for the rain
The complexities of a smile.

 

And Pink In Sex

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Walt Whitman

Ages and pink in Sex,
Offspring of the
voices of all my Body.

 

Today i had

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading "Poems" by Dave Gitomer

today i had one time
degenerating into dust
yet leaves spoke
degenerating into ashes to see the mind
the truth is
the magic solution?
i wanted
yes the sky bluer
looked in air
without a process
the wind speaks

 

Rain Is A Star

A haiku written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Emily Dickinson,
Ray Kurzweil
and Various Poets

Rain is a star,
Some birds spoke out for you
about the tale of sages

 

I Go Through The River

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading "Poems" by Kamau Bashiri
and "Poems" by Dave Gitomer

For I go through the river,
the shuddering, anxious rush
thinking back to shout my life
as if a bird flies

 

Smile Here

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Various Love Poets

A nervous smile here;
it will adorn your love
it will be as the stars

 

Spite Of Old Delight

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Robert Louis Stevenson

In spite of old delight
And winter comes the streams
And I know that I can see the foam,
Here is full of dreams.

 

All Of Art

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems from Simple Joys

His canvas is all of art.
There's room for a peace,
room for the heart's full and rain.
room for a little bit of the sea;
room for it fast in a time to be
room for many things in command.
for it becomes a peace,
And so to behold.

 

Silence

A poem written by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
after reading poems by Ray Kurzweil and Sue Klapes Kelly

Whirling silence
prophetic poses
of shiny objects
prophetic Crimson,
temple
of sunlight streams
Through the universe
built with the meadow
Through the plant lacking water
one foot of madness
Into which she lacks

 

 

Additional poems by Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet
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