More light verse than serious poetry, these two online volumes were created using my program Icon Poet, in which one writes by clicking on word categories.
Back in 1997 I got a big kick out of seeing five of my fridge‑magnet poems included in this anthology with a foreword by U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky:
This poetry generator appeared in the San Francisco disk magazine Tech Noir:
A Season in RAM was inspired by the works of the French symbolist poet Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891). It has a vocabulary of 6,000 words, and I wrote it in AmigaBASIC in 1987. Here's A Season in RAM on YouTube, generating 17 poems and reciting them in the Amiga's classic Eastern European robot voice.