Nursery Rhymes By: Althera J. Brown. What are Nursery Rhymes?. A short story or tale recited in simple verses, usually accompanied by a simple tune. A short verse or poem using words of similar sounds, recited verbally. Folk song, ballad or proverb orally recited and accompanied by music.
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By: Althera J. Brown
Hush, little baby, don't say a word,Mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird.If that mockingbird won't sing,Papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring.If that diamond ring turns brass,Mama's gonna buy you a looking glass.If that looking glass gets broke,Papa's gonna buy you a billy goat.
Hush Little Baby
Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake baker’s man,Bake me a cake as fast as you can,Pat it and roll it and mark it with a “B”,and bake it in the oven for baby and me.(REPEAT)Put it in the oven for baby and me,(REPEAT)
There were ten in the bed,
And the little one said,
" Roll over! Roll over! "
So they all rolled over,
And one fell out.
There were nine.....
There were eight.....
There was seven….
There were six……
There were five…..
There were four…..
There were three…..
There were two…….
There was one in the bed
And the little one said,
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.
History Behind It
The question should be not Who was Humpty Dumpty but What was Humpty Dumpty? Humpty Dumpty was in fact an unusually large canon
which was mounted on the protective wall of "St. Mary's Wall Church" in Colchester, England. It was intended to protect the Parliamentarian stronghold
of Colchester which was in the temporarily in control of the Royalists during the period of English history, described as the English Civil War ( 1642 - 1649). A shot from a Parliamentary canon succeeded in damaging the wall underneath Humpty Dumpty causing the canon to fall to the ground. The Royalists 'all the King's men' attempted to raise Humpty Dumpty on to another part of the wall but even with the help of ' all the King's horses' failed in their task and Colchester fell to the Parliamentarians after a siege lasting eleven weeks
5. Cumulative Rhymes--these verses are more persuasive and universal like "the house that Jack built."