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  1. Like Ring around the Rosie, London Bridge is Falling Down is both song and game. For generations, children have chanted it while hoping not to be “caught” when the bridge falls down. This little rhyme was mentioned in a 1657 English play, but was not printed in full until it was published in Tommy Thumb’s Pretty Song Book in 1744.

  2. [Intro: Prodigy and Havoc] Word up son, word Yeah, to all the killers and a hundred dollar billers Yo I got the phone thing, know I'm sayin', keep your eyes open For real niggas who ain't got no ...

  3. Composed upon Westminster Bridge” As a Representative of Nature: This poem is an expression of wonder. The poem begins with a phenomenal view of London city and the River Thames. The speaker, being a silent observer, says that there is nothing more blissful than this enchanting sight.

  4. Apr 07, 2013 · Probably not the church referred to in the nursery rhyme but Bow Church is historic and situated just on the old border with Essex, next to the old Bow Bridge which crossed the River Lea. It would have been the next church on from St. Dunstan’s in Stepney and would have been notable at the time for being at the edge of the city’s limits.

  5. London, although considerably not natural, has attracted the attention of several poets, among them Wordsworth. His poem Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 is a celebration of this city. Westminster Bridge is a road and foot traffic bridge stretching over the River Thames, linking Westminster and Lambeth.

  6. Barney's Rhyme Time Rhythm is a 2000 direct-to-video Barney Home Video that was released on March 21, 2000. On March 15, 2011, it was re-released under a different title, Mother Goose Collection. Emily is struggling on writing an original rhyme for school. So, Mother Goose drops by and she shows Emily that you can make rhymes off anything you see. Mother Goose even takes Barney and the kids to ...

  7. John Keats was born in London on 31 October 1795, the eldest of Thomas and Frances Jennings Keats’s four children. Although he died at the age of twenty-five, Keats had perhaps the most remarkable career of any English poet. He published only fifty-four poems, in three slim volumes and a few…

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