With this site I hope to enlist your help in discovering and archiving any/all letter-unit PALINDROME (stand-alone, single) SENTENCES in the English language.
And the URL sets the tone–have fun! We palindrome nerds don’t mind being mocked..!
MockOK.com represents the largest palindrome sentence archive available. It is also up-dated regularly and referenced fastidiously. So far I’ve archived more than 10,750 PALINDROMIC SENTENCES, but I am sure there are thousands more! By the way, palindromes can be numeric (not my interest!), phrase (A man, a plan, a canal-Panama–also not my interest), word (We aim to please–please to aim wee!) sentence, prose (more than one sentence), or poem/play structured (see Steven Fraser’s poems at http://evillydinedragons.com/). Also, the reversible unit can be the letter (the case here) or the word : “You swallow pills for anxious days and nights, and days, anxious for pills, swallow you.”– Aric Maddux (for more discussion of these other forms of palindromic word-play, see Commentaries-I)
My interest happens to be single sentence palindromes (with subject and verb; or, in rare cases, clearly implied verb.) (Please, also see Commentaries-III)
Please have fun, try your hand, and submit any newly created single, sensible, stand-alone palindromic sentence(s) you would like! E-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org Please identify yourself, if you want your palindrome(s) to be referenced–as you will see I have attempted to faithfully do with the alphabetically listed (then numerically referenced) palindromes in this site.