Thursday, July 26, 2007

IF-POEM (Robopoem2)

Here's another attempt at "Robot Poetry".


Vhrsti said...

Do you know who made popular the word robot? Czech writer Karel Capek in his play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) in 1921.

Eli Edmundson said...

What a sensitive and terrifying robot, just like a child, loving one moment, destructive the next. Great character!

Jack Snider said...

Thanks Vhrsti!
I had read that fact somewhere.
I should search that book out.
I actually like robots.

You got it Eli!
My son is just like this when he see's dead animals that have been hit by cars.

Kevin M. Scarbrough said...

Thats awesome, I love it.

Poet said...

I just noticed the iPod and the cell phone in the last frame. Brilliant! Ever so subtle, yet brilliant!

Jack Snider said...

Thanks Kevin.

Good eye Ben! I should have done this one larger so the details were more apparent. I'm glad you enjoyed them anyway.

Anthony Carpenter said...

Ha! Those cell phone usin', ipod listenin', SUV drivin', Expresso drinkin', bird runnin' overin' weasels are gettin' what they deserve: A steaming plate piled high with ANGRY ROBOT VENGEANCE!!

Good stuff, my friend. I like the way the story plays out here. I especially like the mountain top/lightning bolt image.

Jack Snider said...




blackbird said...

this... is my desktop. i... i love robot.