Palindrome Poem Mirrors by Line: De Jackson

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Image by Sakurako Kitsa via Flickr

Today we’ve got a fun and clever palindrome poem from De Jackson, with the letters mirroring from side to side on each line.

Thanks to De for creating and sharing the poem, and please drop by her whimsygizmo website.  Have a great weekend!

Palindrome, I
 
I
kayak.
I
live not on evil.
I
name now one man.
I
must sell at tallest sum.
I
a Toyota
evil olive
drab band
never odd or even
I
murder for a jar of red rum.
I
level
solos:
Are we not drawn onward to new era?
I
don’t nod.
 
Do geese see God?

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