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Aid nine men, India.- Kris Rickards, © 08:25 24 Feb 2021
Not India the country, they would need to aid far more, but India the Nightingale-esque heroine.
Diary raid!- Lloyd Wood, © 16:23 03 Mar 2021
My sister valued her privacy, so she never liked this.
Dog, huh? Ruff....fur, huh, God?- Lloyd Wood, © 15:57 01 Mar 2021
I guess we all have questions from time to time. I started this one with “ruff fur”. Neat that dogs do this and have that.
Dub a bud. Bud a dub. Dub a bud.- Lloyd Wood, © 00:03 25 Feb 2021
This could go on forever. But then you may end up sounding like a little frog in the distance on a warm spring evening.
Erupt on, not pure.- Lloyd Wood, © 23:44 24 Feb 2021
Go home, Delia. Trucker trek curtailed. Emo! Hog!- Trucker Poet, © 12:39 14 Aug 2020
Time: half-hour. I started with trucker, naturally, and I used the palindrome composer. I was surprised by the words available for the split rek-curt. I chose trek for the left word, which made a short palindrome right off the bat! Then I played with the words starting with curt. I liked curtailed because it made sense; an organized convoy of truckers on a trek that got cancelled. What I had: Delia trucker trek curtailed. Going beyond that was harder. Since the words were all complete, I had to find new ones to expand the sentence. I noticed that "trucker trek curtailed" felt poetic and it could be the middle of a haiku. A haiku palindrome would be cool, so I went with that flow. With Delia on the first line of the haiku, and the trek cancelled, it just occurred to me that maybe a trek organizer would start telling the drivers the bad news. "Go home" felt like a good phrase, and to my surprise it worked just as well in reverse. I'll let you figure out what the last line means. After all, art is in the eye of the beholder. And that was it. Finished. As people used to say where I grew up, "It ain't perfect, but it's good enough."
Golf won ten awards. Draw a net. Now flog.- Lloyd Wood, © 00:13 25 Feb 2021
Uhh... a golfing fisherman beat his catch?
Gum stew? Tim must summit wet smug.- Lloyd Wood, © 00:30 25 Feb 2021
Gum stew? Doesn’t sound very appealing, but the fact that Tim has to get to the top of a soggy adjective seems like a daunting task.
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