THE NARRATOR STARTS THE STORY BY DEFINING EPICAC AS A"FRIEND". EPICAC IS A SUPER COMPUTING MACHINE WHO SOLVE PROBLEMS ABOUT THE WAR.
TO : PAT DEAR PAT, ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS AIN'T BLUE YOU ARE IN MY MIND I LOVE YOU. SINCERELY YOURS, NARRATOR
WHEN THE NARRATOR HAD AN ARGUMENT WITH EPICAC BECAUSE IT SEEMS LIKE EPICAC IS INTERESTED TO PAT. THE NARRATOR SAID THAT " WOMAN CANT LOVE MACHINES".
WILL YOU MARY ME?
WHEN PAT IS REJECTING THE NARRATOR BECAUSE HE DOESN'T SEEM TO BE LIKE A ROMANTIC PERSON.
GOOOOBYEE!!! IM DEAD
WHEN EPICAC WROTE POEMS TO PAT
Pat accepts his marriage proposal, but adds the stipulation that for every anniversary, the narrator must write her another poem. The narrator agrees because he will have a full year to devise another way to create poetry.
EPICAC destroyed itself, however, print out 500 original love poems as a wedding present for the couple. The narrator now has enough anniversary poems to keep his vow to Pat for centuries to come, and is relieved by this gesture from his friend.