'Bot or Not? Poetry and the Turing Test

Below you will see three pairs of short poems. In each case, one of them was written by a computer, and one by a human being, but which is which? For each pair, I would like you to choose (a) which one of the pair you prefer, and (b) which one of the pair you think was written by the computer.

Poem A:

A lion roars and a dog barks. It is interesting
and fascinating that a bird will fly and not
roar or bark. Enthralling stories about animals
are in my dreams and I will sing them all if I
am not exhausted or weary.

Poem B:

Oh! Kangaroos, sequins, chocolate sodas!
You really are beautiful! Pearls,
harmonicas, jujubes, aspirins! All
the stuff theyíve always talked about
still makes a poem a surprise!
These things are with us every day
even on beachheads and biers. They
do have meaning. They're as strong as rocks.
Which one do you prefer? Which one was written by the computer?

Poem C:

Red flags the reason for pretty flags.
And ribbons.
Ribbons of flags
And wearing material
Reason for wearing material.
Give pleasure.
Can you give me the regions.
The regions and the land.
The regions and wheels.
All wheels are perfect.
Enthusiasm.

Poem D:

A wounded deer leaps highest,
Iíve heard the daffodil Iíve heard the flag to-day
Iíve heard the hunter tell;
ĎTis but the ecstasy of death,
And then the brake is almost done,
And sunrise grows so near
sunrise grows so near
That we can touch the despair and
frenzied hope of all the ages
Which one do you prefer? Which one was written by the computer?

Poem E:

dollars of sand
in my hand
worth nothing more
than the Frisbee of man.

Poem F:

Big, small seashells quietly fight a lively, sunny tuna.
Never command a sailor.
The captain travels like a misty seashell.
All whales view rough, clear waves.
Which one do you prefer? Which one was written by the computer?