Tips for Dealing With Children: 2. Be Careful What You Say

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2. Be Careful What You Say

When asked to stand and recite knowledge of the honoured guest’s land, Boromir looked thoughtful for a moment, then announced, “I know a poem.” “Excellent!” declared the Lord Denethor, smiling fondly at his eldest. “Come, my son -- let us hear it.” Boromir straightened proudly, took a deep breath, and said, “From Rohan there was a young lass Whose manners were terribly crass For a cup of hard cider, She’d allow any Rider To fondle her pert Edoras.” Fortunately, the King of Rohan had a six-year-old son himself, and was most understanding. Come the morning, however, there was one less groom in the Steward’s stables.

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Story Information

Author: EdorasLass

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards

Genre: Humor

Rating: General

Last Updated: 02/06/05

Original Post: 01/31/05

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