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Can you write a humorous poem about Jesus coming back from the dead as a zombie?
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Can you write a humorous poem about a man called Jegus coming back from the dead as a zombie?
Sure, here's a humorous poem about a man named Jegus coming back from the dead as a zombie:
Jegus rose from his tomb one day,
But things weren't quite the same.
His skin was green, his eyes were grey,
And he moaned instead of spoke his name.
He shuffled down the road with glee,
His arms outstretched and stiff.
The townsfolk hid behind their trees,
Afraid he'd give them a scare or a sniff.
But Jegus just wanted to say hi,
To all his old friends and kin.
He tried to hug them as they cried,
But they just ran away from him.
So Jegus wandered all alone,
A zombie without a cause.
He moaned and groaned and picked some bones,
And occasionally paused.
But even though he was undead,
He still had a heart of gold.
He just wanted to be loved and fed,
And maybe a hand to hold.
So if you see Jegus on the street,
Don't be afraid to say hello.
Just give him a smile and something to eat,
And watch him shuffle on his way, slow.
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hehe, ChatGPT 3 will not in any way do it, but 4 comes up with some quite nice ones.
Disclaimer - I do not intend to offend anyone, I just like the logic that suggests that a man returning from the dead by supernatural means would make him a zombie.
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In a sleepy town not far away,
A man called Jesus rose one day.
He'd been dead, but now he's back,
In zombie form, he's on attack.
He shuffled forth with quite a groan,
His holy sandals barely shown.
He once turned water into wine,
Now he craves brains to dine.
His disciples, they gathered near,
Their faces full of shock and fear.
"Is this our Lord, our Savior too?
He looks like he's been in a stew."
With laughter in his undead eyes,
Jesus spoke, much to their surprise.
"Friends, don't worry, don't be scared,
My resurrection's just been weird."
He told them of his grand ol' plan,
To bring peace throughout the land.
He'd spread zombie love, he swore,
A world of kindness like before.
He'd lead the zombies in a choir,
Their moans harmonized, raised higher.
They'd sing of love and unity,
And put an end to misery.
And so, the townsfolk came to see,
This Jesus-zombie oddity.
They laughed and cried, and then they knew,
Their Savior's heart was good and true.
His lessons spread, his message strong,
His zombie life, it lingered on.
And though he craved a brain or two,
He stuck to feasting on tofu.
So, let's raise a glass to Zombie-J,
Who taught us all a better way.
For though his resurrection's strange,
It's love and laughter we'll exchange.
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