Nursery Rhymes You Didn’t Learn

For all of you struggling with your writing projects!  Here are the rhymes you didn’t learn in school to help you.  Enjoy!

Hickory dickory dock,

the mouse ran off with my plot!

The clock struck one,

the writer was done!

Hickory dickory dock.

Hickory dickory dock.

The bird pooped on my plot!

The clock struck two

What’s a writer to do?

Hickory dickory dock.

Hickory dickory dock

The dog chewed through my plot!

The clock struck three

Guess it wasn’t to be.

Hickory dickory dock.

************

Jack and Jill went up the hill

to fetch another chapter.

Jack fell down

bringing the pages ’round

and Jill came scribbling faster.

**********

Old Mother Hubbard

went to the cupboard

to give the poor dog a pen.

When she came there

the cupboard was bare

and so the poor pup wrote no end.

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10 responses

  1. These sound like excuses to me. But good ones! Writing these down for future use…

    1. Busted!

  2. Very cute, Jess!

    Little Miss Muffet
    Sat on her tuffet,
    Drinking her Chardonnay.
    Along came a child
    Running completely wild
    And frightened her story idea away!

    Wendy

    1. Love it! Very cute, Wendy!

  3. lol. Couldn’t stop laughing. 🙂

    1. Thanks Marilag! Glad it brought a smile!

  4. Ha!!!!! VERY clever, Jess!

    1. Feel free to use them in the new baby’s nursery. 🙂

  5. Your posts are always so good. Here’s a nursery rhyme

    Baa, baa, black sheep,
    Have you a story?
    Yes sir, yes sir,
    It’s full of glory
    About a little black sheep,
    Who’s so very sweet,
    Except I don’t know the end
    Other than he needs a friend.

    Corny, I know, but it’s the best I could do lol.

    1. Jess Witkins | Reply

      Nice nursery rhyme Shatha! Love it!

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