Palindrome’s lesson’s palindrome

                                  Palindromes
                                 aren’t
                                just
                               letters
                              jumbled
                             randomly
                            together.
                           Working
                          letters
                         mirror
                        themselves.
                       Sometimes
                      words
                     function
                    also.
                   Are
                  they
                 as
                hard
               as
              paragraphs?
             Occasionally.
            Practice
           encourages
          improvement.
         For
        desire,
       pursue
      willpower.
     Wise
    answers
   come
  after
 Mercer:
“A man, a plan, a canal, Panama.”
 –Mercer.
  After
   come
    answers.
     Wise
      power
       will
        pursue
         desire,
          for
           improvement
            encourages
             practice.
              Occasionally
               paragraphs,
                as
                 hard
                  as
                   they
                    are,
                     also
                      function.
                       Words
                        sometimes
                         themselves
                          mirror
                           letters,
                            working
                             together
                              randomly.
                               Jumbled
                                letters
                                 just
                                  aren’t
                                   palindromes.

Extra points if you identify why it isn’t symmetrical. Extra extra points if you come up with the most permutations of meaning in the title.

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Comments

  • Zack  On 28 June 2012 at 11:12 am

    The punctuation on

    Mercer:
    -Mercer.

    I don’t think I’ll publicly attempt the other one.

    Thanks for making my morning a little more symmetrical.

    • Benjamin Miller  On 28 June 2012 at 11:14 am

      Your technically right, and in fact most of the punctuation isn’t palindromic. But there’s a more substantial asymmetry…

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