Thursday, July 3, 2008

Mormon Palindromes

A palindrome is a word or a phrase that reads the same backwards as it does forwards.

We have Judeo-Christian palindromes, like these words attributed to the first man after the creation of the first woman from one of his ribs: "Madam, I'm Adam."

I think we need more Mormon palindromes, so here are a couple of my own creation to get your creative juices flowing:

The words of Professor Charles Anton to Martin Harris, after learning where the ancient characters were transcribed from: "So. Gold logos."

Jared's response to his brother, when it was suggested there would be enough room on the boats for their pig herds: "Mahonri, sir, no ham!"

Any takers?

1 comment:

Maraiya said...

I think these are brilliant! Well done!