I wasn’t sittin’.
I was gittin’
ready to climb
over to the other side
to see what that
golden goose was up to.

Sure, I fell.
You could tell
by the tilt of my yolk
and all those folks
that felt the need to come

But nobody even tried
to put me back together.

They just left me scram

A second bit of fun for today’s dVerse


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12 Responses to humph

  1. Grace says:

    scram-bled – I love the word break ~ Such fun De ~

  2. Mary says:

    An egg-citing persona!

  3. Yeah.. dam..
    in REAL
    has to put

  4. Varan says:

    Such whimsy in this, but still, that’s how we hide our deepest pain, isn’t it? By goofing off.

    This is everything:
    “But nobody even tried
    to put me back together.”

  5. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Love the use of word break here 🙂 such an exquisite write 🙂

  6. The real horror of Nursery Rhymes is shown with a slight change of angle…

    and scram-bled is just perfect.

  7. Lovely, such fun for such a sad old scrambled Humpty.

  8. Bodhirose says:

    Ha, that’s great! I too loved your line break with the scram-bled.

  9. Abhra says:

    yum – that’s a delightful read. Totally enjoyed it.

  10. You clever girl, you. Love the title and the word play. Perhaps a bit of foreshadowing for manana?

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