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Happy 110th Founders’ Day (on January 15, 2018) to all my Sorors. I have been a Soror for 33 of these 110 years. My 34th anniversary is on February 25th.
In honor of my Sorority’s 110th anniversary, I wrote the following haiku poem on January 9, 2018:
The Pink and The Green
join agreeably –
dignity and strength.
My “AKA Colors” haiku poem also is in the above Founders’ Day image.
One of my first Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated haiku poems that I illustrated is in the below graphic. I call the haiku poem in the following image simply, “Sisterhood”:
A wise man describes the utmost unbreakable strand. Solomon’s symbol for durability is a cord consisting of three strands. His threefold cord represents an indestructible union—one that could be created between three or more friends (who can be any combination, including merely three Sorors). Solomon writes:
By yourself you’re unprotected.
With a friend you can face the worst.
Can you round up a third?
A three-stranded rope isn’t easily snapped. ~ Ecclesiastes 4:12, MSG
May each of my Sorors honor every Soror on Founders’ Day. May our bonds of Sisterhood always be strong, dignified, and elegant.
HAPPY FOUNDERS’ DAY SORORS . . . . .