Poetry: Little Miss Muffet

Apologies for not posting in a while! Today I’m sadly sick, so here’s a nonsense take on a nursery rhyme I wrote in middle school.

Little Miss Muffet
Sat on her tuffet
Eating her crackers and cheese
So many men came to woo her
With present to lure her
But Miss Muffet is so hard to please
Then along came Mrs. Spider
Who sat down beside her
And struck up a very lame plea:
“Miss Muffet, Miss Muffet
Please get up from your tuffet
And do a kind favor for me
For I think you would thank me
Instead of blowing your hankie
For you’re sitting on my children of three.”
Little Miss Muffet
Who no longer sits on her tuffet
Ran away after Spider’s plea
But you can find her in France
With a fellow named Lance
Where she spends her days out in glee.

Website: https://owlonabraintree.wordpress.com
This post is part of series of posts called Artistic Inclinations.


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