I, of course, rebel. I did none of the above.
My title is a palindrome, and so is each line of my poem: each line, on its own, reads the same backward and forward.
Grace might say, "No, it is opposition," which is, itself, a palindrome.
But how often have you known me to (a) take things seriously, or (b) obey the rules? Hardly ever. To read submissions from poets who take rules seriously, click here and scroll down to the list.
|Barnacle Goose, searching.|
From Wikimedia Commons
Do Geese See God?
loops at a spool,
never odd or even,
no lemon, no melon,
pull up if I pull up!
now I won,
I did, did I?
|Canada Goose, searching also.|
Wikimedia, Dr. Kasambe, as above.