Humpt(il)y Dumpt(il)y Yours

Written for: David’s W3 Prompt #52: Wea’ve Written Weekly


Humpty dumpty, did you ever sit on a wall,

Hearing through ages; you had a great fall,

He gave a huffy cough and a snuffy laugh,

Said I stood on the ground, but those lamenters all,

Had their conscience and morality dip and fall,

I tried climbing the wall to the best that I can,

I failed but, so too, every other present man,

I got over that and started next sailing,

Such “Conny” with their Mommy, only kept on wailing!


Good evening and see you next time.

The prompt guidelines-Β  Write a poem of at least six lines that’s heavy on consonance, assonance, or both;

Consonance: repetition of identical consonant sounds; Assonance: repetition of similar vowel sounds.

Published by J M Negi

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