film: womb

read this in British accent ,beautiful

A man of words and not of deeds,

is like a garden full of weeds. 

And when the weeds begin to grow,

it’s like a garden full of snow.

And when the snow begins to fall, 

it’s like a bird upon the wall.

And when the bird away does fly, 

it’s like an eagle in the sky.

And when the sky begins to roar,

it’s like a lion at the door.

And when the door begins to crack,

it’s like a stick across your back.

And when your back begins to smart,

it’s like a penknife in your heart.

And when your heart begins to bleed, 

your dead, your dead, your dead indeed. 

- Elizabethan nursery rhyme, A History of Nursery Rhymes (1899) by Percy B. Green.