Start at the beginning, For it is a place to be, Then work the ways to the second and third, And end methodic'ly.
Paragraph one is introduction, Letters, to whom its writ, An article, a leading title, And explanation under't.
To every poem a name to speak, To say afore recitation, To herald that what's to be heard, Cry forth! the incantation.
Each word to read in order, Account the blow-by-blow. Never jump about quite madly, Or else, destroy the flow.
So, meander down at a stately pace, (Or staccato if such is needed.) But remember; to begin the start, And follow from whence 'twas leaded.