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I am the King of Pomegranates

Updated on January 23, 2010

I am the King of Pomegranates

Allow me to introduce me. I am the King of Pomegranates, the Prince of Pips, the Sultan of Squishy Fruit.

Want to know something about Pomegranates? See the King.

As Mel Brooks once said: "It's good to be the king!"

My hubs rule the Pomegranate Roost

Stand back as my Pomegranate hubs steamroll the competition. My articles are the irresistible force of the Interweb. You don't think so? Check this out:

A Helsinki Smash Rod composed entirely of recycled Pomegranates
A Helsinki Smash Rod composed entirely of recycled Pomegranates

This little hub is number 1 in all keywords. Google adores my Pomegranate pontifications.

How do I know? I used a very cool keyword checking tool. Here are the results:

6 for 6 baybeeeee!
6 for 6 baybeeeee!

That's right. All six of my lovingly crafted keywords reside comfortably on Page One of their respective Google searches.

Pardon me for a moment as I bask....

Thank you. That was refreshing.

But wait! There's more!

As Ron Popeil would say, "But wait! There's more!" I didn't stop at only one Pomegranate hub. My Pomegranate pomposity overflowed into not one, not two, not three, but four more Pomegranate hubs.

And here they are:

My beloved Pomegranate Group
My beloved Pomegranate Group

Yes, there's a Pomegranate Group

Not to be outdone by myself, I continued to chase my dream. Number 1 ranked Pomegranate hubs are great, sure, but they cry out to be grouped. To that end, I leveraged the HubPages Group Tool to create ...

you guessed it. A Pomegranate group.

My staff and I labored long and hard deep into the afternoon striving to compose a group name worthy of my prodigious Pomegranate proverbs. We settled on "Pomegranate Resources" after someone observed that no one actually cared anyway.


We see no end in site. The plump juicy Pomegranate presents plentiful potential, perhaps preempting plums, peaches, and pumpkins in HubPages mythology. We thank you for your support. As the Pomegranate King I pledge to continue meeting your Pomegranate needs.


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    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 8 years ago from south Florida

      Now that you have so assiuously explored pomegranates, perhaps you could turn your attention to the peerless, unparalleled persimmon. As always, an interesting hub.

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      nicomp really 8 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @lmmartin: I thrive on your input... please suggest a fruit or three and stand back!

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      lmmartin 8 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      Nicomp -- you need to get off this pomegranates thing. Have you considered an anti-compulsive medication? There's a whole array of fruit out there. Expand your horizons.