Kerrie Keyes wrote asking for help finding a rhyme. Here’s her email:
Just searching on the Internet for a rhyme my grandfather used to recite to me:
Kerrikins, kerrikins where is your nest
In the forest that I love best
Between an oak, an ash, and an ivy tree,
Cuckoo cherry tree
Catch a bird and give it to me.
The kerrikins is because I’m Kerrie.
If anyone can help with this rhyme, please let us know in the comments below.
Thanks in advance!
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