Rhyming, end-to-end-palindromic (RETEP) verse is a relatively recent development in palindromic composition. As its name indicates, RETEP verse is to be distinguished from other varieties of rhyming palindromic verse in which whatever palindromicity exists is not of the end-to-end kind. RETEP verse is arguably the most sophisticated and ambitious form of palindromic writing ever attempted, and it is certainly one of the more challenging ones to try to compose.
"Rhyming, End-to-End-Palindromic Verse,"
Word Ways: Vol. 43
, Article 10.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol43/iss1/10