By Alice S. Cheyney
Ten little reasons why a vote she
She stepped into a meeting, and came
out with only nine.
Nine anti arguments, time worn in
The times bring suffrage new ones,
so they've left her only eight.
Eight anti instincts, she says come
straight from Heaven!
She has a sense of humor, though, so
holds to only seven.
Seven reasons why "the home" and
politics won't mix!
They've taken the sweeper off her
street, and now there 're only
Six little reasons why the suffrage
cause can't thrive!
The men are going over, though, and
soon there's only five.
Five reasons! But she's ready now to
think about it more,
So friends have sent her pamphlets
till she clings to only four.
Four faithful reasons she thinks must
Until she takes the Journal, which
leaves a shaky three.
(missing) are many
things no lady ought to do!
The antis now do all of them, and
leave her only two.
Two left! But she will finish now
what is so well begun.
Her husband's asking questions, and
has left her only one.
One little reason left why suffrage
may be wrong!
An anti tried to win her back, and
now she's for us, strong!
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