jogging the list memory

Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale) Philip.Belben at
Wed Apr 6 04:06:59 EDT 2005

> What I want to know is, can you think of any other rhymes (possibly
> nursery rhymes) with that "in the orchard there was a hall; in the
> hall
> there was a bed" repetitive structure? I read something that suggested
> "The House that Jack Built," and I was hoping for some more (possibly
> better) examples.

Two rhymes are at the back of my mind.  For one I need Opie (The Oxford
Nursery Rhyme Book), I think, and for the other I need "Cuckoo's Egg" by
C J Cherryh.  I am away the rest of the week, so I shall try and post
them next week, if I remember.

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