In the name of Procrastination, I’ve been wanting to blog all week. It’s Palindrome Week, after all.
4.10.14 – 4.19.14. I love stuff like that.
I’m finally giving in, with the hope that getting a blog off my chest will allow me to actually write a paper on “Larry.”
So here, we go. Things that make me happy, with a PALINDROME twist! And there are random photos from the past 4-6 weeks in a slide show at the end of the post, if you have patience and can get there!
*NURSE, I SPY GYPSIES. RUN! /*NEVER ODD OR EVEN – Some random Palindromes for work stuff:
*IN WORDS, DROWN I. I’ve been reading some books.
*SO MANY DYNAMOS! Since I last blogged, I’ve seen a few movies:
I’m an *AVID DIVA – *“RUM… RUM…” I MURMUR. – I’ve had some nights out!
*WON TONS? NOT NOW. / *WAS IT A CAR OR A CAT I SAW? – Life is good in the simple things…
And now, because April is Poetry Month, here are some Palindrome poems I found online:
Poetry Is: (Palindrome)
from the heart
from the heart
There is less difficulty—indeed, no logical difficulty at all—in
imagining two portions of the universe, say two galaxies, in which
time goes one way in one galaxy and the opposite way in the
other. . . . Intelligent beings in each galaxy would regard their own
time as “forward” and time in the other galaxy as “backward.”
—Martin Gardner, in Scientific American
Lisel Mueller, “Palindrome” from Alive Together: New and Selected Poems. Copyright © 1996 by Lisel Mueller. Reprinted by permission of Louisiana State University Press.
Source: Alive Together: New and Selected Poems (Louisiana State University Press, 1996)