“Double Acrostic” – Lewis Carroll

On May 20, 1871, Lewis Carroll sent the following poem to Mabel and Emily Kerr of Canada. The poem was titled “Double Acrostic”. Can you figure out where the acrostics are? Thanks, thanks, fair Cousins, for your gift So swiftly borne to Albion’s isle — Though angry waves their crests uplift Between our shores, for […]

via Lewis Carroll’s “Double Acrostic” Poem — Learn Fun Facts

Clink on the link to read the poem. (I found MABEL, but not EMILY!) 

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