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Children's Nursery Rhyme and Poem
Simple Simon

A Nursery Rhyme Poem for Children

Simple Simon met a pieman going to the fair;
Said Simple Simon to the pieman "Let me taste your ware"
Said the pieman to Simple Simon "Show me first your penny"
Said Simple Simon to the pieman "Sir, I have not any!"



Children's Nursery Rhyme and Poem
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Children's Nursery Rhyme and Poem
Simple Simon

All children love being told a nursery rhyme. The most popular nursery rhymes are available on this site - perhaps they will bring back fond memories of your childhood! The History and Origins of Nursery Rhymes are fascinating! Superficially, a children's Nursery Rhyme might look completely innocent but there are often dark messages and meanings hidden in the text. Oranges and Lemons and Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary are two examples of a Nursery Rhyme with a very unpleasant origin and history behind them! We recommend www.rhymes.org.uk if you wish to find out more about the mysterious and often blood thirsty Origin and History of Nursery Rhymes Every time you read a Nursery Rhyme or poem for children take a second look at the words and lyrics and you, or your child, may find a secret message! 
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A Nursery Rhyme Poem for Children

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