Palindrome Stage, Episode One: Twitter Poesy

barefoot
Greet electric
Thunder
Drink tears
and dance

Dance and tears
Drink Thunder electric
Greet barefoot


M&M cloying pheromone
Dance beyond paper trail
Lust receives his slave
Daily delusion
Satisfying conclusion

Conclusion
Satisfying delusion
Daily slave (his)
Receives lust trail
Pheromone cloying M&M


Sunshine flavored rain
sweaty moonlight candle fly
Velvet breath sunrise

Sunrise breath
Velvet fly
Candle moonlight
Sweaty rain flavored sunshine

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28 thoughts on “Palindrome Stage, Episode One: Twitter Poesy

  1. The slight variations in wording make your palindromes something special! Loved them!

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    1. It seemed the perfect way to greet the morning ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you

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  2. I love the dance of words…at once surreal and yet reassuringly familiar (for us at least!)

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  3. A splendid collection of palindromes ๐Ÿ™‚
    Bravo!!

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    1. Thank you ๐Ÿ˜€ It was a ton of fun!

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  4. These are outstanding! Love how you changed the line breaks in creating the mirror version.

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  5. This is just what I was looking for this morning. THIS is kick-ass poetry.

    Thank you!

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜€ Glad to hear! Have a beautiful day

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  6. I love the idea of twisting the words, not in line sequence, but still mirroring the original words ~ Specially like the sunshine flavored rain ~

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  7. Amazing poems, twisting and turning into incredible pictures in my mind. I particularly like that last one.

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  8. Nice work with these! I like a lot how you changed the enjambment to create nuances in meaning.

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  9. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) June 12, 2015 — 11:05 pm

    I’m astonished – in the best kind of way. What a brilliant idea to readjust the lines as you’ve done, for the palindrome. And what delicious results (pun intended). I adore them all. I used to do lots of twitter poems; somehow the practice has slipped away. Thanks for reminding me.

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    1. ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s like I go into a different reality when I’m creating a poem or story. I’m in heaven when I write.

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    2. By the way, if you are interested @SemperSum or @PromprAttn have up to date prompts for many of the different sites

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  10. (:..Freest Animals roam lands of sensual..
    broken tales.. males and females..
    skin lost beneath.. ire fate.. clothed well delusions of
    Nature
    of delusions well clothed.. fate ire.. beneath lost skin
    females and males.. tales broken..
    sensual of lands roam Animals Freest..:)

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  11. Think I like the bottom one best. Its got an interesting twist to it, and the thought of rain tasting like sunshine, or vice versa is pretty cool.

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    1. I’ve never played around with poetry in this way before. Some of these Twitter poems came out pretty trippy lol

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  12. This great–gotta love a poem which contains M & M’s!

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    1. Melt in your mouth..not in your hand ๐Ÿ˜›

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  13. Sunshine flavored rain..wow. and the M&M pheromone….I’ve heard about those green M&Ms and I guess this just proves it. What a fun read this was.

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  14. This is amazing! breathing taking imagery, especially “Sunshine flavored rain
    sweaty moonlight candle fly
    Velvet breath sunrise” aced the prompt

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    1. I’ve never reversed my poetry before. I couldn’t stop laughing when I rewrote this one ๐Ÿ™‚

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  15. Interesting how you adjusted the line breaks for unique-style palindromes!

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  16. Interesting series of palindromes. The change you made by keeping the words but altering the line ends make for interesting re-interpretations.

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    1. I found it to be quite entertaining ๐Ÿ˜€

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  17. i like how the meaning gets twisted in the mirror versions…nice set…

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