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New Palindromes!!

Here's a topic for sharing new palindromes you wrote or found.  Be sure to let us know who the author is, and if it's not you, where you found it.  Thanks!

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Niagara, fall -- afar, again.

by me (Mark Saltveit) for honeymooners out there.

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A new one

This is from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Palindromist), by Michael Shoehorn Conley.  (And he says he has more -- hope he shows up here.)

 

God at last salt a dog. Pretty cocky giving God orders!

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4 new ones by Flyroy

Over in the introductions topic, Flyroy posted these and promised more!

Some medic I use damned God, as sad Ogden made suicide memos.
Sam, a Jap sage, irons Noriega's pajamas.
God, Lee H. Oswald, I'm amid law, so heel, dog!
Won't Neil call a Walla Walla client now?

Nice work.

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flyroy's ... John Kamb's

The four from flyroy are old ones from John Kamb, one of the best palindromists around. I'm not sure if flyroy is just posting these as his favorites, or if he IS John Kamb.

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he is

FlyRoy is indeed John Kamb, active here and on our Facebook page.

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Elk cackle

1. Emma, I won DNA and now I am me.

2. Feeble gnat, angel beef!

3. Pose as Aesop.

4. Nag a pagan.

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Welcome, LobMySYmbol

Nice palindromes! I'd love to see more. Don't miss the NPR palindrome contest (I discuss it in the Palindromes in the News forum.)

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My latest

I wrote this for the NPR challenge (about famous people).

Yo, Jay-Z, all lazy, a joy!

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Another for the NPR contest

"Art, anise, riff of fire: Sinatra." (My homage to "A man, a plan, a canal: Panama.")

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New palindromes

Hi folks, my name is Bryan, hailing from Bellevue, WA. I'm an engineer at a major aerospace company up here, and in my free time (especially during mind-numbing meetings!) I enjoy writing palindromes. Here are several of my original (I think!) palindromes:

1) Raja's Bangalore zaps a spa, zero lag nabs a jar.
2) Barcode? We do crab!
3) Hey Levi, truffle pots stop elf furtively, eh?
4) Elba Dual: laudable!
5) Sweden ozone dews
6) One racist narc rants. I care? No.
7) Tennis: A sin net
8) Top edam enema depot
9) Noise's simple kelp misses Ion.
10) Dolce vita: no native clod.
11) Marge, let's telegram!

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Excellent!

Welcome, and well done!  Great palindromes, and very original.  The only two I've seen anything like are the simplest, #7 and #11.  #6 and #10 are especially wonderful.  Dolce Vita is a great find.  Here's to more boring meetings in your future...

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Re: New palindromes

Nice set, Bryan. I haven't seen Sweden before. I'm afraid I have used 'dolce vita' before. On 5 Oct 2007, I wrote:

O native clod, ales reverse "la dolce vita", no?

I sent it to mockOK.com, but it didn't get published, I think because Tim insists on 'English only'.

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From Twitter

TwelveTens: "St Racecarts is the patron saint of palindromes."

thishenryjames: "St Emmett is the patron saint of things that aren't quite palindromes."

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Here's some of this month's work

My god! ... an OIC, if Fay met a real one, telegrams a reviver as Marge let enol aerate my afficionado gym.

As I let a ripe milder U.S. notary trample hero-monster germs in a groyne, did I deny organism regrets no more help martyr a tonsured lime pirate, Lisa?

Tides reverse it: I nab rude liver spots; 'til it stops, reviled urbanities reversed it.

Won't one idyll I've seen know obsessed dogs (as goddesses bow on knees evilly) die? ... not now.

Did I say, "Leer from raw sago, be not a potato, pat one bog as warm or freely as I did"?

"To lay as I did is a task cinemas flesh too snidely - led in stubborn ways to let effete lots yawn, Rob, but snidely led - in sooth, self-same Nick sat as I did," I say a lot.

"To lay as I live, decide if I tick radar off for a dark citified ice devil," I say a lot.

Revaccinate ten orotund ETs, a wasted nut, or one tetanic caver.

Strap a sane man on to hot no-name NASA parts.

To lap up Islam in a paganist sense I fire very subtle fixes, for a war of sex - I felt busy - reverifies nests in a gap; animals I pup a lot.

"Deific, a person is a clever animal," debated a cadet, "A bedlam in a revel casinos repacified."

Did Islam Red Nose Wednesday let a tsar or a stately ad send ewes on dermals I did?

"Did some devil-foe cadet on a derailleur cycle, no lock, co-manage bosses?" ... so began a mock colonelcy cruel liar Ed, a noted ace of live demos, did.

Snort any dim anus tsunami dynatrons.

Sage, drag design iPods in as I trap a name now; as I saw one man a partisan is doping is Edgar Degas.

Dew on sties nests in a tastily lit Satan act: can a tastily lit satanist sense it snowed?

Erotic in a plane, vanilla virtuosi that I meet see what I'm dating is "oh wow!" ... two who sign it admit, "Ah, we esteem it ... ah, 'tis outrivallin' a venal panic I tore!"

Did I rail: "I'm a foot too fat for canine men in a croft; a foot too familiar!"? ... I did!

"Someone get rocks a madam lifted!" a call eternal comes to some emo sot's emo clan ... re-tell a cadet "film a damask cortege ... no emos!"

Rats deliver a red nun robbed at a deli, as I sailed at a deb born under a reviled star.

Denim at a disco: discrete data deter CSI docs I data-mined.

Ill, I cable Bernard: "Rats! A bastard ran rebel bacilli!"

Sexily-clad on a divan, I lived as a devil in avid anodal cylixes.

So, Ma, I rotate goths: I wish to get a Tori Amos.

"To fly free, no ipecac is outrivaled", Omani rastas tell, "O ho-clad evil gnoll, long-lived alcohol lets a tsarina model a virtuosic ace pioneer fylfot."

"Max is tanning inebriates!" pun animals I slam in an upset air-benign inn at six a.m.

Trades reverse to not see pure vaginas I trade in Oman; a monied artisan I gave rupees to notes reversed art.

Niagara jade nepotism saps nine men: in spasms, it opened a jar again.

Now did a cat eggnog start a fad I drop, or did a fat rat's gong get a cad I 'd won?

To get Adam six estradiol baths in a bidet I cited, I banish tabloid art sexism a date got.

Red robots send a metal up in a mist, unseen; I ate detainees' nuts I manipulate madness to border.

To get a ripe piratic illicit song, add one more hot reviver to hero-men - odd, agnostic, illicit - a ripe pirate got.

Devil, won't one filter germ regret life not now lived?

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This month!?!?

Those are ones you did just this month?  Incredible.  (And well done, too.)

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A few new short ones of

A few new short ones of mine:

Yo, bone? No, boy.
Sit! I sin. Is it in? It is in! Is! It is.
Eli, bleed eel bile.
Go by my bog.
Alley cats: Stacy, Ella.

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A few more.

Tammy gasps, "Al clasps a gym mat!"
Air a lame soldier - use both teeth to be sure I'd lose malaria.
Tim over-uproots a pit nasties use: it's antipasto or pure vomit.
"Part a foe raw anuses sent, " I wrote, Spartan-like, "rid a foe of a dire kiln, a trap set, or witnesses unaware of a trap."
To desire-claimed academia, nun awards draw an unaimed academial cerise dot.
To get a mate some data, peep at a demo set a mate got.
To get a gelato, I did well as a basal lewd idiot a legate got.
Nurse, dud emo star Elle stole code ill-used under a bared, nude, sullied ocelot seller at some dude's run.
He's a gas, eh, some Yank comic I mock ... nay, emos, he's a gas, eh?
Trap a snug net rose laden in poor taste KC: a jerk comic I mock rejackets a troop nine dales or ten guns apart.
"At a droopy revel, if some men owe ivory taxes," I say as I sex a tyro, "View one memo's file - very poor data."
Dopy as sex at an isle ball, I am not upset at net options, as no IT potentates put on mail labels in a tax essay pod.
Heavenward, sir, is drawn Eva, eh?
Poor disaster germs in emu cellulose so lull ecumenism regrets as I droop.
But a tennis peer crosses sane men: as a sane men assessor creeps in, net a tub.
Live for a clam in a dell a Cosa Nostra pedlar refers to, lipless even as a sane vessel pilot's referral departs on a so-called animal car of evil.
"Delia, will a foe not seize erbium eyes on a tap in a cross, or can I pat a nosey emu, I, breeziest one of all?" I wailed.
"My god is a stark narrow one-disk cabaret lass; I model ransomed animal casts," a clam in a demo snarled, "O Miss, alter a backside now, or rank rats as I do gym."

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if worms ruled the world ...

Last night's effort:

Yobs we nematodes oppose. Do tame newsboy!

Peter

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Some do demos...

Enjoy!

Some debut tube demos.
Some demo some demos.
Some do demos.
Some draw war demos.
"Some deny awe, dude," Wayne demos.

Some dare mace. Camera demos.
Some draw on "no war" demos.
Some draw on pots: "stop no war demos!" [I goofed!]
Some delay Yale demos.

Peter

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Hi everyone. I just found this site. here are some of mine

Some of mine are sure to have occurred to others as well, but they are all out of my noodle.

Name no one man.
Spot stops Spots tops.
I never even saw I was never even I.
And, no fine designing is Eden if on DNA.
Sex at noon taxes.
Even I’d do odd in Eve.
I saw sane, my age, gay men, as was I.
Sag on, timed nature, rut and emit no gas.
I’m a last, a fat salami.
‘Tis otter refers re ferret to sit.
Dee’s on-time yams may emit no seed.
No god to help pass apple hotdog on.
Born, I again, am a man. I again rob.
Nepotism’s ism sit open.
‘Tis it safer if I fired now, I wonder. If I fire fast, is it?
Flee, not a devil, never even lived at One Elf.
Snot is odd. I’d do sit-ons.
A malls evil, lives llama.
On a mall, all, it’s still a llama. No?
No llama has a will, I was a ham all on.
I’d lose it at a tie sold I.
Evil, a devil, lived alive.
Evil all. It’s still alive.
Evil as it is alive.
God damn mad dog.
Enola Rey was a sawyer alone.
Wolf’s ties reverse its flow.
A nut’s time never emits tuna.
To borders go dogs red robot.
Resola never even saw Bob was never even a loser.
Tina never even saw Bob was never even a nit.
Elba never even saw Bob was never even able.
No it. U love evolution.
As rattan was to green, even I prefer pine veneer got sawn at Tarsa.
Bob tubes Lee. No one else but Bob.
To I, did I ask, "Can Kelvin nivleknack?" said idiot.
Ret set Mr. Alan, an alarm tester.
No dumb ads, as dab mud on.
Kay was on a kayak, a no saw yak.

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Welcome!

Nicely done!  "Sex at noon taxes"  is a classic, but I haven't seen any of the others.   Where are you based out of?

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Thank you

Thank you. I am real proud of them. I am really glad to know I may have mostly origionals. Some of them seem so simple(in hind sight?).I am mostly from East Lansing MI but spent a lerge part of my childhood in Oregon, and a more recent stint in Seattle. I Think I saw you were from the NW? This site has re-invigorated my passion so I came up with a couple last night.
Evolve, re-rev, love.
Dumb mud! But to not tub? Dumb mud!
Stinky knits
or
Stinky knits stinky knits.
Guns Stun tender red net nuts snug.
My gym
or
My gym’s my gym.
Snug nuts stun guns.
God smote Tom’s dog.

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again, nice

I've seen "God smote Tom's dog." before, the other ones, not precisely, but the words involved have been explored.  Of course, I always aim to have some combination of letters and words not seen before in a palindrome, but it's a high bar, and not worth throwing out a good palindrome if not met.  Please keep 'em coming!

Yes, I'm based in Portland, and Tim Imit of MockOK.com lives nearby.  The late Howard Bergerson lived down the valley in Sweet Home, too.

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More thoughts

There are some amazing palindromes and palindrome writers on this site. Who knew? I have yet to delve into this site and have only quickly read some of the palindromes and other content. It will take a while to fully grasp some nuance, inflection, pun, etc., which reveal themselves, sometimes slowly, within some the best palindromes

Perhaps I should ponder and opine here regarding my experience with palindromes before I am irreversibly altered with so much palindromary. Oh, just a little!

I started writing them about six years ago with only a few lists of some classics. With no real formal rules that I could find I made up a definition on my own: A sequence of letters the same forward and backward that does, might, could, or would make sense as words, phrases, etc., read forward (at least theoretically, under the most lenient of grammatical criteria). So there are many criteria on which some palindromes can be rated and categorized. Which is best? As with all art, in the end, that’s up to the individual. Length is impressive and desirable but can lack the simplistic beauty and power of a shorter, more concise statement that lends itself better to quotation and potential staying power in the lexicon. I am anxious to learn more about what others think about this and many other palindromatical issues.

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A new epic

Here's a very long palindrome by Erin Masterson, an intense young reader and palindromist. I don't know a lot of the words, and personally prefer them a bit more readable, but this is some kind of amazing, and she swears no computers were used. Definitely check it out:

http://erinmasterson.zxq.net/palindrome2.php

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From the mind of a cop ...

... on a stake out:

"Wastrel! ... alert ... saw! #$%@!^"

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(Heard later that night, on the radio...)

"Recap alert: Saw Denton, not Ned. Wastrel a pacer!"

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New Poem by Ray Stein

Here's a new poem (with commentary) by Ray Stein, a new contributor to The Palindromist:

 

This 'drome poem is about a woman who wants to write a palindrome where the letter "i" appears exactly ten times.  She is talented, but an untold number of women have fought and failed to do this.  No wonder she tips a glass of wine to celebrate when she dots the tenth "i".

              I 'em to do ten "i".  With gift alright, nth girl at fight, I wine to dot me "i".

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My confession...

I'm an ole felon, am I.

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Palindrome about Tiger Woods

I wrote this palindrome when Tiger Woods had problems with wife Elin. His veil of secrecy gone, golf's best rep, sadly, fell victim to his ego and age old temptations.

"Emit sad, lose it in a veil. A live temper (Elin's) flogs Tiger away.
Allay a war (e.g. it's Golf's Nile). Rep met evil, a lie, vanities old as time."

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Palindrome about Apolo Ohno

In 2010, Apolo Ohno was disqualified from a speed skating event (500m) in the Winter Olympics. When skaters in front of him fell, Ohno skated by for an apparent silver medal. However, a Canadian judge ruled that Ohno caused the mishap and he was DQ'd. Many (including Ohno) felt that the contact was normal and the fallen skaters simply lost their balance and then pretended to have been pushed. Since a Canadian skater was awarded 3rd place after the disqualification, charges of home country bias were rampant.

"On par trek . . a fall ahead . . an act . . a fix, A. Ohno is iced - DQ'd.
See referee's DQ'd decision. Hoax if at Canada, eh? All a faker trap, no?"

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'drome poem - a guy walks into a bar . .

"Raps a pun, evil's eye,
It nullifies a bar.
A base, if ill, untie,
Yes, liven up a spar."

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Don't throw Momma from the train

Kart ma?! Not on Amtrak!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094142/

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100-word Palindrome (with explanations)

A Moral Law

Trample hate. (stomp out hate groups)
Snub no pals, (invite ALL your friends to your parties)
Nor tamp March self Madness. (keep your excitement for the NCAA tourney)
Yell, “avoid ardor”. (don’t get the big head)
Track cars. (monitor car trips for efficiency)
Soldier a Web. (police internet usage in your home)
Draw. (doodle whenever)
Nix ale. (know when to stop drinking alcohol)
Redo considerable verse. (write shorter memos)
Sort egos. (know what makes people tick)
Don a retro. (wear 60’s clothing once in awhile)
Poses repel amateurs. (take natural photos, even beginners know that)
Ref foe rift. (mediate a dispute among rivals)
Fight a matador. (battle people who abuse animals)
Plod in a passion. (spend lots of time doing something you love)
Trade revered art . . no! (don’t buy expensive art)
Is sap an idol? (ask if your hero is really a good person)
Prod at a math gift. (move towards mastery of mathematics)
Fire offers. (bid quickly on something you really want)
Rue tamale per se. (beware of certain Mexican foods)
So porter an od. (carry the force with you)
So get roses. (buy flowers for special occasions)
Revel bared is no code. (don’t run around naked in public, it’s unlawful)
Relax inward. (seek inner peace)
Beware ID loss. (protect your identity)
Rack car. (service your vehicle)
Trod radio valleys. (surf the radio dial for all kinds of music)
Send AM flesh cramp matron, (get a lady to massage away morning stiffness)
Slap on bun. (get a whack on the rear to finish your massage)
Set a help mart. (start a food bank in your area)
Wall aroma. (don’t let bad Karma leave your house)

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100-word Palindrome

A Moral Law

Trample hate.
Snub no pals,
Nor tamp March self Madness.
Yell, “avoid ardor”.
Track cars.
Soldier a Web.
Draw.
Nix ale.
Redo considerable verse.
Sort egos.
Don a retro.
Poses repel amateurs.
Ref foe rift.
Fight a matador.
Plod in a passion.
Trade revered art . . no!
Is sap an idol?
Prod at a math gift.
Fire offers.
Rue tamale per se.
So porter an od.
So get roses.
Revel bared is no code.
Relax inward.
Beware ID loss.
Rack car.
Trod radio valleys.
Send AM flesh cramp matron,
Slap on bun.
Set a help mart.
Wall aroma.

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Here's some one liners

Live on a sign in Rome, "Italians nail a tie. Morning is a no evil."

Hell - it's all an if, a final last ill, eh.

Poor do droop.

If rep messes on marine men, I ram noses, semper fi!

Late, as procrastinating is sad, assign it (A-N), it's (A-R) Corps A, et. al.

Rework sat, no one on a canoe, no on task rower.

Live wars send no freer fondness, raw evil.

Lob my star far away, a war, a frat symbol.

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First attempt

I thought I'd share this palindrome here, it's the first and probably only one I'll write but I was quite pleased with most of it. Thank you.

Draw no sleep, emit no yawn if rest on birch crib. Not serf in way. On time peels, onward.

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Pa LIN drome

"Was never eve newer, cannily, mere Jeremy Lin, nacre we never even saw"

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CIA interrogation/torture

Shortly after taking office, President Obama released some, but not all, memos concerning the CIA interrogation/torture of Al-Qaeda operatives.

"Some memos roll at ego dam. A boot, pull apart CIA so maniac ire may tip. We fret away, be not one rut rot (a moral aroma), torture not one by a water. Few pity America in a mosaic trap. All up to Obama, do get all or some memos."

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'drome poem - litigation can leave wounds

"Wart I dialed is not new.
Wall life of data due.
Feud a tad, foe fill law.
Went on side, laid it raw."

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'drome poem - it's the bee's knees

"Embargo's no go fee.
Bee's revel cons won knee.
Teen knows no clever see.
Bee fog on so grab me!"

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'drome poem - ever foot the bill for an odd tasting small morsel

"Tangy nit, dab a do,
Of taste still, it's too few.
Owe foot still, it sets at
Food - a bad tiny gnat."

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'drome poem - 'red rover, red rover', come vote for our guy

"Dogs all at red rover.
Re-voting is to nod.
Do not sign it over.
Rev order tall as God."

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'drome poem (sorta) - dangers of chew tobacco

"Gulp a plug, if I gum a mug.

Ties? Reverse it.

Gum a mug, if I gulp a plug."

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100-word Palindrome about Lebron James

In 2010, Lebron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to join D. Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat. Cleveland and the whole Erie Lake region was upset and I tried to capture that anger. At the time King James endorsed Nike shoes, hence the title "A Reebok OK" and later the words "Nike No". It helps if you know that the 3 stars signed for 10 million each, Kobe Bryant plays for the LA Lakers, and LA won the title in 2010. BTW I thought Miami would win the NBA Championship in 2011, but they lost to Dallas.

"A Reebok OK

One King Erie hot, no wonder ref, no Cleveland.
Still its story rots Erie civilian, "I maim ogre. We felt it set a Cav a loser."

If one dominates it's a Lebron, "I, Wade tons at egos, no ill, I'm net rat son!"
Tie Bosh to both, so be it, no star. Ten million, so get as noted.
"A win or be last, I set an 'I' mode, no fire."

So LA vacates title, fewer go Miami, nail IV, ice ire, story rots.
Still it's DNA level conferred now onto heir (e.g. Nike No!).

KO Kobe era."

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Eva Perón

Evita: not a NATO native!

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'drome poem - Twas the Night Before Christmas . .

(Mark, this is a little longer version of the one I sent you this past Christmas)

"Was in eve, Noel good.
A la-la fast firewood.

Rats still, it’s no dog stir.
A fate’s not old elf fur.

Tenth gin dims even a nap.
Test ego’s sleep on tie cap.

No tie mittens are knit.
E-nog site, no sale snit.

Yaw, ah’s ad, wonders done son.
Adapt fig snack - cinnamon.

Bat at nasal air to traps.
Bang one top, snow deer gaps.

Put I awake, estate’s pal.
Push sure sold lone model’s gal.

On fire vent, in or afoot,
Oh . . Oh . . Oh no, mired in soot.

Too snide, rim on, ho-ho-ho.
Too far on it, never if no.

Lag sled omen - “old lose rush sup”.
Lap set at seek a “wait up”.

Spa greed won, spot e-nog nab.
Spar to trial a Santa tab.

No man Nick cans gift pad “A”.
Nose nods red, now dash away!

Tinsel as one tis gone.
Tinker as net, time it on.

Pace it, no peels, so get set.
Pan an eve’s midnight net.

Ruffled lot onset afar.
It’s God on, still its star.

Do owe rifts a fa-la-la.
Do ogle on, even I saw.

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Advice to record company executives...

Spot, meet, sell a duo you'd all esteem tops.

Ray Stein
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Homophonic heterographs meet palindrome

I googled these exact words and I didn't get any hits.

"One no,
Won know,
One no"

Or maybe this is a better way to say it.

"One no won. Know one no?"

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WPC constraints--tough!

Tried my hand at making up palindromes with the WPC constraints: 1) must use an x and a z; 2) about an event or person famous in last 12 months; 3) about the American Crossword Tournament. Given lots of extra time and all the pressure of sitting at home in my armchair, I came up with:
1) No mix of a Spitz tips a fox I'm on!
2) Gaga delivered ode? Reviled, a gag.
3) Poll? A "gallop"

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