There was a Man with No Eyes...

Garth Haslam

Penngrove, United States

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Among other things I’ve spent too much time on, I love nursery/Mother Goose rhymes… especially strange and old ones that aren’t well know. Here’s an example!
Though it doesn’t look it, this rhyme is actually a riddle: the correct answer is that the man described had only one eye (therefore no eyes plural), and he found a tree with just two apples on it… so he could take one apple (singular) and leave one apple (singular), so no apples (plural) were left behind.
Obviously, I ignored that for the illustration, because this is what came to mind when I first found the rhyme!

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