Little Miss Muffet,2014

Little Miss Muffet,2014

A Poem by Gee
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Updated version of an old English nursery rhyme

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Little Miss Muffet, sat on her tuffet,
eating her curds and whey,
when along came a farmer,
a right rustic charmer,
who immediately wooed, made a play.

He plied her with wine,
"have more you'll be fine,"
before hiding his sausage inside,
then when he was done having his fun,
he left thanking her for the ride.

NOW.............

Pregnant Miss Muffet is having to rough it
'cos dads thrown her out on the street,
and the smooth rustic charmer who did this to harm her
has legged it, was quick on his feet.

So the moral of this is don't ever kiss
or open your legs 'cos you're flattered,
as with a kid on the way and nowhere to stay
your life could be properly shattered.

© 2017 Gee



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That's a great little piece of whimsy. It would be so much better if you arranged it in stanzas though.

Little Miss Muffet, sat on her tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey,
When along came a farmer, a right rustic charmer,
Who immediately wooed, made a play.

Posted 3 Years Ago


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andrew mitchell

2 Years Ago

Nice to see you visit David lol keeping an eye on things lol:)
Great Aunt Astri

1 Year Ago

And, boys, if you go to too many learning sites, you are in danger of losing your originality! Gee, .. read more
Gee

1 Year Ago

Again thank you



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First I have to question you about something you said yesterday . . . you didn’t want to make a poem of yours any more outlandish, as you didn’t want people to get a bad impression of you. And so then you feature this particular poem (which I LOVE) *smile* . . . This is hilarious & just what I needed becuz I was just “hit” on Facebook by a guy that sounds exactly like the classic catfish, all the same crap you always get from one of these foreign entities who’re trying to take a gal for her fortune. The pattern is so much the same, it’s amazing nobody mixes it up any bit! But your poem reminds me to not spread my Facebook pages for this guy cuz I’ve been having a bad feeling about him ever since he told me he had super high security in the military so he can’t communicate in all these typical ways, so we have to email. It doesn’t sound like English is his first language either. So I just love the way fate put your poem in my path right at this moment, when I just finished telling him I have a bad feeling about him. Sorry to get off on that tangent. Your rhyme & rhythm & witty creativity is off the charts here . . . sounds exactly like the nursery rhyme, as far as rhythm. Thanks for the smile (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Gee

3 Weeks Ago

Hi Margie, tell him to f**k off :)))
Glad you enjoyed, take care
Worked for me. Put a smile on my face this evening Gee. And there was a moral there as well. Great stuff.

Chris

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Gee

3 Weeks Ago

5 hours at that and you'll be as tender as pulled pork :)
Christine Anne Shaw

3 Weeks Ago

Funny ..........
Gee

3 Weeks Ago

As my old mum says, " only to look at "
this was really funny . I loved how you recreated the nursery rhyme.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Gee

3 Weeks Ago

Cheers Aaron, about sums me up, silly..
When I first saw this I thought you were uploading the tale "Little Miss Muffet" as the story that we all learned in Kindergarten. I was terribly wrong, you made the tale into an interesting spin-off that we all pictured as what our world has come to. A child-friendly tale was retold as what it would be like in Today's society. It was a pleasure reading this. Best of Luck...

~AT

Posted 3 Months Ago


Gee

3 Months Ago

Thank you..
I love it! A poor, grim future for Miss Muffet :( With a positive moral that others could take away and learn. You Gee, may have birthed a new genre "Highschool rhymes" :) Would love to see more takes on nursery rhymes in this style.

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gee

4 Months Ago

Cheers. Have had a pop at humpty and Georgie Porgie
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Blu
wow! this is a very good real life depiction of what does and should not happen; how many young women and men could be empowered by this message


Posted 5 Months Ago


Gee

5 Months Ago

Thank you..
This certainly caught me by surprise, and I almost clicked past it before doing a double-take. This was a great portrayal of an ever present problem :)

Posted 6 Months Ago


Gee

6 Months Ago

Cheers Brock, you did well to dig this one up. Brock.......badger !!
Sometimes we can see symbolism in ordinary things or even omens or even sighs as well. I like this poem about that.

Posted 9 Months Ago


Gee

9 Months Ago

Thank you..
Nice take on an old idea!

Posted 9 Months Ago


Gee

9 Months Ago

Cheers....
hilariously repenned and in reading the reviews gee, i have to agree with david lewis paget he really nailed the natural rests in it but as i said really, really funny


Posted 11 Months Ago


Gee

11 Months Ago

Thank you kindly

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Milton keynes, United Kingdom



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