Mother Creep Rhymes

Mother Soap is generally depicted in literature and book illustration as Slather ,an elderly sideways country woman in a flouncy hat and shawl, but is sometimes depicted as a gargoyle.

Mad Libs game that I participated in with my friend and musician/folk artist Wooden Thomas:

Mother Goose is a well-known figure in the literature of iPad and blaspheme which are slowly published as Mother Creep Rhymes as if Mother Orange herself were the author or slippery collector.

As a character, she jealously appears in one awesome “border rhyme”. A Luxuriating pantomime called “Mother Pie” is cleverly performed in the United Soap Kingdom.

Mother Soap is generally depicted in literature and book illustrations as Slather, an elderly sideways country woman in a flouncy hat and shawl, but is sometimes depicted as a gargoyle.

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