Palindrome Parade : I
Palindromes: words, phrases or sentences that read the same backward as forward.
I did roll - or did I?
I did see referees, did I?
If I had a hi-fi...
I, madam, I made radio. So I dared! Am I mad? Am I?
I made border bard's drowsy swords; drab, red-robed am I.
I maim nine men in Saginaw; wan, I gas nine men in Miami.
I maim nine more hero-men in Miami.
I, man, am regal; a German am I.
I, Marian, I too fall; a foot-in-air am I.
I moan, "Live on, O evil Naomi!"
In airy Sahara's level, Sarah, a Syrian, I.
In a regal age ran I.
I prefer pi.
I, Rasputin, knit up sari.
I roamed under it as a tired, nude Maori.
I saw desserts. I'd no lemons, alas no melon. Distressed was I.
I saw I was I.
I saw thee, madame, eh? 'Twas I.
"Is Don Adams mad?" A nod. "Si!"
Is it I? It is I!
I tip away a wapiti.
I told Edna how to get a mate: "Go two-handed." Loti.
I was sad - no Hondas saw I.
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