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- 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.
26 thoughts on “Humpt(il)y Dumpt(il)y Yours”
we shall have to review Humpty Dumpty in light of new information 😁
very nicely done, J🤍
Thanks sincerely and regards.
welcome and regards to you too🤍
Oh! One stigma is removed, so big thanks from Humpty Dumpty and myself.
🥚🙏🏻 J. M. 🙏🏻🥚
Interesting interpretation.Poor misunderstood egg !
Ha.. ha…Thanks on behalf of Humpty Dumpty.
So very thanks. 👏👏
A good egg of a poem 🥚
Sincere thanks. Oh! Yes, tried “poaching” an egg for a prompt. ☺️
An engaging poem, JM! 🙂
Many thanks. Hope you are all well.💐
Very witty!! And the rhyme is tight – no broken verses here….
So very thanks pl.
Good old Humpty 😊
Yes, the same. Thanks. ☺️💐
Hi, J. M. <3
I just wanna let you know that this week's W3, hosted by the ever-creative Brandon Ellrich, is now live:
I would have mentioned it a couple of days ago, but I was on vacation, and I couldn't keep up with all of my blogging-related obligations 😀
J. M. <3
I just wanna let you know that this week's W3, hosted by our beloved Sadje, is now live:
Sure, I will enjoy it.