Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses and all the king's men Couldn't put Humpty together again. Poor Humpty Dumpty, all cracked and so sore, Lay at the wall's foot, wishing he were more. The king's men surrounded him, faces quite grim, Shaking their heads, muttering, "Such a terrible whim!" But then, a small voice chirped, "Don't you fret! I have an idea, a solution, I bet!" A tiny bluebird, perched on a nearby stone, Had watched the whole scene, her heart filled with groan. "We can't mend Humpty, that much is quite true, But we can build him something entirely new! A cozy little carriage, with wheels round and bright, To roll through the kingdom, a joyful, sunny sight!" The king's men looked at each other, a twinkle in their eye, "What a grand idea! Let's give it a try!" With hammers and saws, they worked through the day, Building a carriage, fit for a king's display. Humpty, though cracked, felt a smile on his face, A new purpose discovered, a brand new space. He travelled the kingdom, spreading joy and delight, Sharing stories and wisdom, a wondrous, happy sight. So, although Humpty couldn't sit on a wall, He found a new way to stand tall. The king's horses pulled him, a magnificent team, Humpty Dumpty, the bravest egg, living out a happy dream.