as a Fine Art"
by John McGivering)
No motion has she now, no force;Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush the well-known English nursery rhyme:
She neither hears nor sees;
Rolled round in earth’s diurnal course,
With rocks, and stones, and trees...
Here we go round the mulberry bush,Pippin Hill another traditional English nursery rhyme:
The mulberry bush,
The mulberry bush.
Here we go round the mulberry bush
On a cold and frosty morning...
As I was going up Pippin Hill,Hey Diddle Diddle Another English nursery rhyme. in which the cow is the centre of attention. The earliest version dates to 1765: the phrase "high diddle diddle" dates back to Elizabethan times and is found in Shakespeare:
Pippin Hill was dirty;
There I met a sweet pretty lass,
And she dropped me a curtsey...
Hey diddle diddle,skillet A skillet is a type of frying-pan with a long handle. This is an echo of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (by Lewis Carroll, 1832-1898), Chapter 6, in which the cook throws a frying-pan at the Duchess, but misses.
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon.
The little dog laughed to see such fun,
And the dish ran away with the spoon.