Solomon Grundy is a poem and traditional nursery rhymes dating back to the 19th century England.
The Solomon Grundy poem is telling the story of Solomon Grundy, a man who, metaphorically, lives and dies his entire life in one single week. Born on Monday, each day of the week he is growing older facing a different stage of his life, and his life ends on Saturday.
Solomon Grundy Rhyme
Born on a Monday
Christened on Tuesday
Married on Wednesday
Took ill on Thursday
Grew worse on Friday
Died on Saturday
Buried on Sunday.
That was the end
Of Solomon Grundy.
Who wrote Solomon Grundy poem?
It was first collected by James Orchard Halliwell and published in 1842
What happened to Solomon Grundy on Thursday?
Solomon Grundy Took ill on Thursday.
Long version of Solomon Grundy Rhyme?
Solomon Grundy, born on a Monday,
Christened on a stark and stormy Tuesday,
Married on a grey and grisly Wednesday,
Took ill on a mild and mellow Thursday,
Grew worse on a bright and breezy Friday,
Died on a grey and glorious Saturday,
Buried on a baking, blistering Sunday.
That was the end of Solomon Grundy.