Saturday, 28 February 2015

Humpty Dumpty
Humpty Dumpty
stood near a wall,
they wished they could
climb that wall.

Humpty was thin
and he was tall,
when he jumped
he crossed the wall.

 Dumpty was fat
but he was not tall,
when he jumped
he bounced like ball.

 They tried and tried
and tried again,
 but their jumps
were all  in vain.

Their folks were there
all near the wall,
 they had come
to see them fall.

Folks clapped
and clapped again,
 they pushed them to
try once again.

Humpty Dumpty
looked at the wall,
but they knew
it was a difficult call.

 Folks were sorry
sad and glum,
they had gathered
to have some fun.

Humpty Dumpty
didn’t fall,
 for they couldn’t
climb the wall.
© i b arora

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