The answer to this riddle is "pilgrims." April showers bring May flowers, and Mayflowers bring pilgrims.
allergiesApril showers bring May flowers. Mayflowers bring Pilgrims. Pilgrims bring English laws to North America.
The Pilgrims wanted to sail to America in the spring because spring would bring Mayflowers. This is a popular joke for Thanksgiving.
the Mayflowers voyage was on the Atlantic
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The Mayflower sailed on the Atlantic Ocean.
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The voyage from Plymouth, England to Plymouth Harbor is about 2,750 miles, and took the Mayflower 66 days.
The passengers went on Mayflower's dangerous voyage because they wanted to land on Virginia.
They were Puritans, a Christian sect that split off from the Church of England over doctrinal issues in the 16th century.
There wasn't really a reason as to why it was founded. It was actually a mistake on the Mayflowers fault. It was taken off-course and landed there where they set up Plymouth.
Mayflowers bring pilgrims.May Flowers will bring June Bugs.The original poem by Sara Coleridge:January brings the snow,Makes our feet and fingers glow.February brings the rain,Thaws the frozen lake again.March brings breezes loud and shrill,Stirs the dancing daffodil.April brings the primrose sweet,Scatters daises at our feet.May brings flocks of pretty lambs, Hay FeverSkipping by their fleecy dams.June brings tulips, lilies, roses,Fills the children's hand with posies.Hot July brings cooling showers,Apricots and gillyflowers.August brings the sheaves of corn,Then the harvest home is borne.Warm September brings the fruit,Sportsmen then begin to shoot.Fresh October brings the pheasants,Then to gather nuts is pleasant.Dull November brings the blast,Then the leaves are whirling fast.Chill December brings the sleet,Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.
History doesn't tell us what religion the crew was. Most were military men and they returned to England after getting the Pilgrams to Mass. My guess is they were Church of England.
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Yes, bring is a verb. Example sentence: Jane will bring the salads, John will bring the steaks, and I will bring my appetite.