The purple pumkin sat upon,
the wall where humpty boy had gone,
before he let his tongue perceive,
the taste that made his courage leave.
Thus sitting with the purple fruit,
he fears fears of falling did refute,
but though compelling was his case,
the earth did not likewise compute.
So gravitation seized the man,
who if you still don't understand,
I say was purple fruit himself,
and made him crash into the land.
So landing on the pavement near,
the wall that caused his heart to fear,
he was the stool for humpty boy,
to climb atop with newfound cheer.
For this old humpty dumby man,
when he had fallen to the land,
did puzzle horse and puzzle man,
but finally did they understand.
"For God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of love, and of power, and of a sound mind." - 2 Timothy 1:7