Humpty Dumpty by Edgar Allan Poe





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Published on Mar 31, 2007

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This short video is my lastest bit of madness. It features two of our original art pieces, and an original poem by me in the style of Poe. My wife, Jo James, and I sell our art on eBay under the name cartbeforethehorse. Be sure to watch until the very end to get a quick behind the scenes look at how I gave Edgar Allan Poe a pair of legs for the video. I hope you enjoy it!
-Dylan Curry

Once upon a wall of stone
Sat Humpty Dumpy all alone
Shrouded in a web of gloom
His fate as near as tomorrow's tomb

For earth called him
As he teetered and fell
And the ground took him
And mangled his shell

All the angels in heaven
And Demons below
Were soaked in yoke
As they fought for his soul

Now my own days grow shorter
The final hour is soon
And as Humpty before me
I must bid you adieu


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