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Rhymes
by June Thompson
Sunday, April 16, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Tweedle Dee
Tweedle Dum
Look at me
And what I've become
Rickety Tickety
Look at me
And all this shit
The piles of paper
The paper in piles
The silent raper
And all his styles
Won't tame me
Won't shake this
Don't you see
Twas not my wish
To be in your favor
To be in your game
To be one to savor
For such things so lame
Humpty Dumpty
Sat on a wall
Look at me
I didn't fall
Hey diddle diddle
What a silly song
The cat and the fiddle
Had it all wrong
The dish ran away
With the so called spoon
I wouldn't stay
Not past noon
THe dish was always a plate
The spoon only wanted that
Forever was she late
And never where she was supposed to be at
Twinkle Twinkle
Oh little star
Wrinkle wrinkle
Still doesn't hide the scar
Little Bo Peep
Lost her sheep
To that creep
Who couldn't sleep
He wore a wolfs clothing
He wore a red hat
Women he was loathing
Never knew where he was at
He came from every corner
He came in silentky
Like little Jack Horner
Eating his pie for free
Five and twenty blackbirds
Baked in a pie
So many things unheard
So few tears I'll cry
Little rhyme little rhyme
Please pass by
Take your time, take your time
And try not to lie
Don't lie in the meadow
Don't lie in the field
Don't you yet know
The dreamers guild

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Reviewed by Lori Clark 4/17/2006
I love it.. You have such a way with words.. So much Truth in the riddles????!!!!! Love Ya
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/16/2006
As you quote the nursery rhymes in this write there is one more you should think of Humpty dumpty, we must be careful not to sit too far on that wall for if we fall...

Felix



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