Tale Weaver #127: Nursery Rhyme Rifts 06.07.17

Thanks Lorraine for another mind teaser theme of nursery rhymes this week:
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image: jo dover, fineartamerica.com

Here goes!

In an act of pure spite, Little Jack Horner pushed Humpty Dumpty off his wall.
The Three Blind Mice got flattened and
The Owl and the Pussy Cat laughed as he cracked his head so Jill brought him some vinegar and brown paper to make him feel better.
Suzy offered to sew his shirt which had a tear in it, but Wee Willie Winkie offered him his spare one, even though it wasn’t quite his colour.
Mother Goose didn’t recognise her boy without his golden hue, but his rosy posy and pudding pie soon won her round.

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About pensitivity101

Retired number cruncher with a vivid imagination, loves to cook, favourite food everything especially chocolate and jelly babies. Best friends are Hubby and Dog, Bro, MSM and our Dominoes Friend aka MOH (and his dog). Also a bit of a dog whisperer as I get on better with them than people sometimes! Due to a nightmare of a house sale in 2014, 'Home' was a 41 foot narrow boat until April 2017. We enjoyed swan and duck families for neighbours but times change and we are once again house hunting.
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8 Responses to Tale Weaver #127: Nursery Rhyme Rifts 06.07.17

  1. Lorraine says:

    Wonderful romp through Nursery Rhyme Land! You have packed your story with lots of images and rhymes! Great fun.

  2. I agree with Lorraine – a delightful romp 🙂

  3. Jael Sook says:

    I LIKE this A LOT!

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