January 27th, 2008
Tree on the Hill is an old nursery rhyme of the type that’s called an Accumulative or Cumulative Rhyme. In cumulative rhymes a phrase is introduced in one verse and then repeated in subsequent verses, along with the newer phrases introduced in those verses. Each verse grows longer and longer. By the end it can […]
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