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Welcome to the Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip, 26 March 2022!
For this week’s Lucky Dip, I have reached into my mystery bag and pulled out a Palindrome. The topic is up to you!
You may be thinking to yourself, What on earth is Palindrome?
Luckily, Shadow Poetry has an explanation…
Also Known as Mirrored Poetry
A palindrome, by definition, is a word, phrase, verse, sentence, or even poem that reads the same forward or backward. It stems from the Greek word palindromos: palin, meaning again, and dromos, meaning a running. Combining the two together, the Greek meaning gives us, running back again…
Shown below are examples of the word-unit palindrome. The carefully placed words form the same sentence, whether it is read forward or backward. For example, ‘Mirrored images reflect images mirrored’ which includes a word in the centre as a reversal point for the sentence or even the poem.
always moving, traveling continuously.
Falling leaves placed delicately;
foliage touching the echoing waters,
clarity removed –
Reflections distorted through waves rippling;
– reflect –
rippling waves through distorted reflections –
Waters echoing the touching foliage;
delicately placed leaves falling –
continuously traveling, moving always,
Copyright © 2002 Lynne C. Fadden
Good luck with your ‘Lucky Dip Palindrome’ – I can’t wait to see what you come up with! Don’t forget to tag ‘Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie’, ‘Saturday Mix’, and hashtag #LuckyDip.
As always, make sure you link your fabulous creation to the helpful Mister Linky.