From this rhyme children learn to impose their religious beliefs onto others, by means of physical violence and bodily harm:
Here is another shot of that page, just so you can see how the cutesy illustrations never actually address the brutality of the verse.
In this next little gem you can see the children playing on a see-saw when the rhyme is actually about slavery:
And who could forget that charming little future date-rapist, Georgie Porgey? Please note the position of the saucy little redhead girl's hand on Georgie's thigh, which lends credence to the saying "You can't rape the willing." These two are equally creepy. That poor little brunette doesn't stand a chance on that playground.
* Pictures shown here without permission from the book "Mother Goose, Book of Rhymes," as told and pictured by Margaret Evans Price.