I was playing around with Google’s Bard for the first time yesterday and testing it by asking questions I knew the answer to.
Answers were pretty spot on, albeit a little generic.
Then I asked it to write a poem about how terrible Genie+ is in the style of Edgar Allen Poe.
It is fairly fantastic.
(In the style of Edgar Allan Poe)
Once upon a line, at Disney’s gate,
Genie+ did await.
A promise made, a price to pay,
For a shorter line one day.
But Genie+ is a cruel jest,
A nightmare for the guest.
For lines remain, and prices rise,
And dreams turn into cries.
The Genie mocks, the Genie jeers,
As guests shed salty tears.
For hours lost, and money spent,
On promises that won’t event.
Oh Genie+, oh Genie+,
Why do you torment so?
With your false promises and hidden fees,
You make our Disney dreams a tease.
So heed my warning, all who pass,
Beware the Genie’s wicked mass.
For Genie+ is but a trap,
To drain your wallet, and your map.
If you must use this cursed thing,
Then do so with a heavy wing.
For Genie+ is not your friend,
But a foe that will never end.