Posted - 30 October 2017 : 16:07:01
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
couldn’t put him back together again.
by Mother Goose.
That’s it? What is with the king’s men trying to pass the blame for their incompetence and unwillingness to help Humpty on to the horses. That’s low. In any case, just so happens that I have found the lost stanza and more in a 3501 years old burial shaft somewhere other than Egypt...legend has it that it may be from the Lands of Mother Goose that ruled the rest of the planet at the time and that many tombs and artifacts found in Egypt over the years were used for criminals and people with psychotic behavior who were often buried with treasures that were like bait for evil or illness that inflicted the ‘criminals and sick’ and that wrapped mummified corpses, for example, and helped to filter & clean the soul as it phases from the body.
When Lady Dumpty came along
she cried all day and all night long
as she stitched Humpty with love back together
and they & the horses lived happily ever after.
by Mother Goose (& sidekick Ayko)
As it so happens, there was also at least one more stanza found to another rhyme from the Lands Of Mother Goose in the same 3501 years burial shaft not in Egypt as the missing pieces come together presented by Ayko.
Little Miss Muffet,
She sat on a tuffet,
Eating of curds and whey;
There came a great spider;
Who sat down beside her,
And frightened Miss Muffet away
By Mother Goose
As before, we all know Mother Goose would not just leave us there without finishing the story to give it reason and sense after starting it. First of all, a great spider would not frighten a little girl and what would frighten Muffet? The great spider just for sitting down beside her friendly and calm just as you would on a public bench waiting for the bus. It just sounds way too mysterious and sinister, if you ask me. Besides, as we know, when Little Muffet is into her curds and whey she would not notice a spider. Easy prey for mishap, if you ask me. In any case, luckily, in the same 3501 years burial shaft not in Egypt, the missing pieces come together.
Then the great spider,
Revealed her true nature,
Removed a mask to show Glory;
Then with the magic tuffet,
She banished little sis Muffet,
But that is not the end of the story;
By Mother Goose (& sidekick Ayko)