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Traditional nursery rhymes have stood the test of time, and are great examples of poetry which reaches the masses. They are good examples of different rhyme and rhythm patterns, and excellent models to have fun with if you fancy rewriting any and making your own alternatives up!Why are nursery rhymes so morbid?
Some nursery rhymes are meant to teach moral lessons, others were a product of a society that was much more prone to morbid events and therefore psychologically influenced and drawn to them. Ring around the rosie for example as you mention was made during a time when people were fixated on death.What is the history of nursery rhymes?
The term nursery rhyme is used for “traditional” poems for young children in Britain and many other countries, but usage only dates from the 19th century and in North America the older ‘Mother Goose Rhymes’ is still often used. History.