The Origins and Utility of a Nursery Rhyme, A Study in Part

One, two,
Buckle my shoe;
Three, four,
Open the door;
Five, six,
Pick up sticks;
Seven, eight,
Lay them straight:

Nine, ten,
A big, fat hen;
Eleven, twelve,
Dig and delve;
Thirteen, fourteen,
Maids a-courting;
Fifteen, sixteen,
Maids in the kitchen;
Seventeen, eighteen,
Maids a-waiting
Nineteen, twenty,
My plate’s empty.

 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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2 Responses to The Origins and Utility of a Nursery Rhyme, A Study in Part

  1. M-R says:

    You reckon …?

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