Last night Dad read a poem about Some kid’s cradle in a treetop. The wind blew so hard that it caused The kid and cradle both to drop. There’s not a clue about the kid; What happened after he fell down? Did he end up like poor old Jack, Who tripped and fell and broke [...]
Category: Mangled Nursery Rhymes
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June 1st, 2005 — Mangled Nursery Rhymes
March 1st, 2002 — Mangled Nursery Rhymes
Five little piggies All went out to eat, Which for little pigs Is always a treat. Two piggies had trout And two pigs had brim. The fifth said water Was enough for him. Three pigs ate whole pies, One ate a quarter. The littlest pig Drank only water. The waiter’s comment, “It’s so weird, I [...]
February 1st, 2001 — Mangled Nursery Rhymes
Little Miss Willow Sat on a pillow And there she was going to stay. But a spider beside ’er Convinced our Miss Willow That she should go elsewhere to play. By R. Wayne Edwards
November 1st, 2000 — Mangled Nursery Rhymes
Why do you suppose Little Boy Blue turned blue When the cows got into the corn? Do you think, maybe, It had something to do With the way that he blew his horn?
January 1st, 1999 — Mangled Nursery Rhymes
Mary had a little lamb And it was such a pity. They came and took her lamb away ‘Cause she lived in the city.