daffy down dilly

daffy down dilly

listen to the very popular nursery rhyme “daffy down dilly lyrics” and watch the video are given below.

Has come to town
With a yellow petticoat
And a pretty green gown.

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who wrote daffy down dilly poem?

Daffy Down Dilly is a poem written by Mark Twain in 1885. It was originally published in the book “A Tramp Abroad” and later included in his collection of short stories, “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”.

It is written from the perspective of a man named Daffy, who was once at a crossroads but now is stuck there for good. The poem describes him as being miserable because he cannot go anywhere or do anything because he is stuck on this road. He thinks about all the things that could have happened if he had not gone to see Mrs. Mallard (who appears in A Connecticut Yankee).

He also remembers how great it was when she let him help her out with her chores around the house (which would have been impossible if he were still a young boy). Finally, he realizes that this will be his fate forever: “I’m stony-broke; I’m shot-locked; I’m busted-stuck; And here I’ll stay till doomsday.” This gives way to one of Mark Twain’s most famous quotes:
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