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CYNTHIA'S ROOM, by            
First Line: Cynthia's room is white and green
Last Line: For then there's cynthia about.
Subject(s): Rooms; Presence


Cynthia's room is white and green,
It's spick and span, calm and serene;
The drapes are silk, the curtains lace,
And everything is in its place.
The dresser drawers are all shut tight,
Unseemly objects are hid from sight.
The room has peace and quiet and rest,
It certainly does look its best --
When there's no Cynthia about.

Cynthia's room's still white and green,
But it's no longer calm, serene:
A hat flung here, a scarf flung there,
An evening dress across a chair.
With books piled high upon the bed
And dresser scarf all streaked with red.
But the room has life and joy and zest,
And that's the way I like it best --
For then there's Cynthia about.





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