Any teller of a story, fable, or tale,
Must command an audience well.
Not only to wield the narration,
But also a stretch of imagination.
He’s not worth his own salt
And surely stands at fault.
As his tongue begins to wag,
While the mind starts to stray.
But you might give one his due
Just think if it were me or you,
And if that story is of noble cause
Surely it’s worth some applause.
Any teller of a story, fable, or tale
Must…command an audience well.