Word Unit Palindromes

Word Unit Palindromes are those Palindromes which read the same way in terms of words.

King, are you glad you are king?

Fall leaves after leaves fall.

Says Mom, "What do you do?" – You do what Mom says.

You know, I did little for you, for little did I know you.

First Ladies rule the State, and state the rule: "ladies first."

Please me by standing by me please.

Blessed are they that believe they are blessed.

Escher, drawing hands, drew hands drawing Escher.

You can cage a swallow, can't you, but you can't swallow a cage, can you?

Did I say you never say "never say never"? You say I did.

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