Tuesday, April 25, 2017

rain

Rain on the green grass,
  and rain on the tree,


Rain on the house-top,
  but not on me.


from Mother Goose.

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  1. Is that really from Mother Goose? Fabulous!

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    1. Yes! Reading these rhymes, I'm recalling that many of them are referring to the politics of the time, and in some of them it's pretty obvious that there's a deeper meaning. But Dolly and I are enjoying them. ;-)

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  2. I never learned that verse - it's perfect for this kind of day, which I am having also, to a lesser degree. I must copy the rhyme and sing it a bit this morning :-) And your pictures are perfectly suited!

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    1. It would be nice to memorize many of these, although I do know a couple (Lavender's blue, dilly-dilly...).

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  3. I like a bit of foolishness! I refer to your tag of course xx

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    1. Oh, life couldn't be bearable without a bit of foolishness!

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