Nursery Rhymes

The North Wind doth Blow Rhyme

The Robin' or 'The North Wind doth blow'?

This nursery rhyme is referred to as either the North Wind doth blow or The Robin.

'The North Wind doth blow' is British in its origins and believed to have originated in the 16th century history.

'The North Wind doth blow' uses the olde English word 'doth'. The purpose of the words to 'The North Wind doth blow' is to ensure that a child associates security with home whilst empathising with the plight of the robin.

This therefore accounts for the confusion as to whether the poem should be called 'The North Wind doth blow' or the Robin.

The North wind doth blow poem

The North wind doth blow and we shall have snow,
And what will poor robin do then, poor thing?
He'll sit in a barn and keep himself warm
and hide his head under his wing, poor thing.

The North wind doth blow poem

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