No good egg, the real Dumpty was a worthless legislator who straddled every issue. Eventually his indecision became legendary and he was removed from office by parliamentary decree. The King's cronies failed in re-appointing him and I have no idea how the horses got into the act.
I'm actually doing a series of faces that are similar to this. Just in that they're cute and put back together. Point being this is really great. Nice job.
H. Dumpty... H, H, H... Horace? I forget.
Right. Horace Silver Dumpty, the famous jazz pianist. Woulda thought you of all people would remember him.
I believe the horses were usually employed in the execution of certain ill-advised midstream maneuvers.