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AN ACROSTIC TO SOROSIS CLUB MEMBERS, by            
First Line: Some are little, some are fat
Last Line: Something good to eat . . . No jest.
Subject(s): Clubs (Associations); Sorosis


Some are little, some are fat,
Often we are told of that.
Regular members all are we . . .
Only go though . . . some for tea.
Studying always, for the smart
Into each of us impart
Something that will help our hearts.

Changing never from the right.
Longing to make each of you bright,
Under some conditions we . . .
Blunder, blunder, can't you see?

Mostly, we are scared to death . . .
Even sometimes lose our breath . . .
Moping slowly with our number;
Best of all, ha! some sure slumber.
Ever ready for the rest,
Right you are, the last is best,
Something good to eat . . . no jest.





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