Poetry for the Google-Eyed

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I recently read an article about how Google is a poet of sorts.  The premise being that Google’s text that appears below the search box as you type – the bit that attempts to predict what your typing, is sometimes quite poetic and humorous.

So, I decided to have a go and see what happened. Below are some of my favourites, which I think all tell their own story in a few lines:

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P1020533

P1020532

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About Dai Verse

Poet/muso/sketch-doodler/marathon-runner, founder of The Amorphous Poetry Project and Tap Publishing UK http://tappublishing.uk/blog/
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2 Responses to Poetry for the Google-Eyed

  1. With Luck says:

    How interesting! Im a teacher and next time I need a starter sentence for my writing classes, I may just turn to Google! 😀 thanks for the brilliant idea!

  2. Dai Verse says:

    Wow, I’ve been helpful to a teacher – that’s definitely a first for me.
    Best of luck for the writing classes.

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