Miss Muffet

Miss Muffet

A Chapter by Dave Brown



A miss muffet


When little miss Muffet

Looked for her tuffet

She found it had been removed

All the king’s horses

And all the king’s men

Said this had been approved

Altho’ a merry old soul

On most every day

Old King Cole was heard to say

On this day he would have his way

Because of his passion for curds and whey

And because she moaned and wailed

The old King had her jailed


Her trial was scheduled for a day in May

And she was dammed

If he would get his way

When Parliament convened the very next day

Her father, the Prime Minister

Found the affair, terribly sinister

But when Lords and labour couldn’t agree

He sent the case across the sea

To the grand chief of the First Nation

So, he could interject some arbitration


She was appointed hereditary chief


Which included a lifetime supply

Of curds and whey

Furthermore, they sent a delegation

From that specific first nation

Telling the King

That, as far as they were concerned

Re; the situation about the tuffet

They suggested, midst the sound of beating drums

And the chant of the tribal Shaman

Where Miss Muffet

Thought he could situate-it





© 2020 Dave Brown

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