Full credit for the idea goes to@joshwood for Poe (https://repl.it/talk/challenge/Poe-The-Autonomous-Poet-Major-UI-UpdateCan-now-write-Haikus/10556).
It reads poems and then creates one based on those poems. I'm really proud of it even though it the poems usually don't make total sense, but that's to be expected - I knew it wouldn't be perfect. The code probably sucks but it works so whatever! Please try it out. I screenshotted some examples.
Rhyming stanzas trained by Edgar Allen Poe and Percy Bysshe Shelley:
Shakespearean sonnet trained by Shakespeare:
Haiku trained by Edgar Allen Poe, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron:
Monotetra trained by Wilfred Owen:
Free verse trained by William Blake and Lord Byron:
Couplet trained by Emily Dickinson:
Hope you guys enjoy! All you have to do is pick a poet for it to read through and then choose a poem style to generate. You can train it with multiple poets. Some may take a while, and it takes longer with more poets (this is only really bad at ~5 poets) . If it's taking a while, just wait, it's not because it's crashed (probably?). Let me know if you find any errors though.
I would love if you shared any poems it makes for you!
Thank you for reading my posts. It means a lot to me that you're taking the time to read them and that you enjoy them. Even though most of the poems don't make total sense, I knew they wouldn't be perfect from the start. That's why I love writing them - because it's always a journey of discovery and growth but their you can get accounting assignment with https://my-assignment.help/accounting-assignment-help/ site for your quality work. Thank you for following me on this journey, and I hope you continue to do so in the future.