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Thomas Worthington United Kingdom (5/13/2013 5:52:00 AM)

Humpty Dumpty sat on his wall
and then the shoe came flying.
It smashed his shell when he hit the floor
and Humpty started dying

When the horse came,
he stood and laughed.
because in Humpty's innards
the rodents bathed

When Mother Hen came
She tried a repair.
Sadly she was to late,
she realised in despair.

then Mother Hen
began to rage.
He was the only egg
she had ever laid

and in her rage,
she flapped her wings
and with tears in her eyes
she began to sing

'I will have your head
and then I will laugh.
because it will be your innards
in which the rodents will bath'

the mother flew fast,
As high as the clouds.
she posed as a torpedo
and came dive bombing down.

the horse laughed louder
'what can you do?'
and into his skull
the mother dropped through

covered in blood,
she landed and laughed
'come here little rodents,
I made you a bath'

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  • Imelda Ortega Suzara (6/12/2013 8:04:00 AM) Post reply Stage

    This is a twisted version of a nursery rhyme with some disgusting images that a child would be horrified by!

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