Humpty Dumpty - Poem by christy york
When Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall
He started to teeter
'Please help me' he called.
While grabbing the wall Humpty used his best grip
But the stain was too much and he started to slip.
His friends have now gathered along side of the wall
But before they all knew it he started to fall.
While falling he prayed 'Just don't let me drop'
'My friends will all save me' was Humpty's last thought.
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