High-level palindrome

Subject: High-level palindrome
From: Mark Levinson <mark -at- MATIS -dot- INGR -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1993 17:57:08 IDT

Walt Kelly liked to insert almost-wistful nonsense poems,
or wistful almost-nonsense poems, into his Pogo strips.
One of them reads the same forwards and backwards, not
letter by letter but word by word. If I remember correctly:--

Smile, wavering wings.
Above, rains pour
While hopefully sings
Love of shorn shore.

Shore shorn of love
Sings hopefully while
Pour rains above.
Wings wavering, smile.

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