|Professor A.E. Kunst of the University of Wisconsin Comparative Literature Department fed the university's central computer examples of Shakespeare, Goethe, Frost and Wolfe, and then turned it loose. This is what it came up with:
Till temper after an autumn
The washed birds are always things.
The newly shed contemplated
Beer is a newly thing.
Till never changing movement
A beach is withstood.
The women never arrive.
[NOTE: While it's true that Prof. Kunst was advertent in his aim, we can't be sure that the computer actually intended this to be seen as poetry.]
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