Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there lived a little boy named Raspatory. Raspatory was like any other child in the village; he loved to explore, was always getting into trouble with the other children, and loved to play with animals.
One day, Raspatory was walking through the forest near his home and he came across a strange looking berry bush. On the bush were some berries that were a deep red in color and Raspatory was intrigued. He had never seen anything like this before.
He picked one of the berries and as soon as he brought it up to his mouth, he felt a sharp sting in his throat. He realized that he had eaten a raspatory berry, one of the supposedly poisonous fruits.
He began to feel dizzy and soon he was feeling weaker and weaker. He knew something was wrong and so he tried to make it home as quickly as he could.
When he finally made it home, everyone was worried and his parents rushed him to the village doctor. The doctor soon figured out that Raspatory had eaten the poisonous raspatory berry and he was able to save him.
After that incident, Raspatory was more careful about what he ate and he always told other people about the dangers of eating the raspatory berry. In fact, he made it his mission to spread the word about the dangers of this berry.
Years later, Raspatory was known as the village leader and he spread his message of caution and safety to everyone in the village. He was always sure to remind everyone to avoid the dangerous berries and to be careful what they put in their mouth.
Raspatory’s message was a lesson to everyone; be careful of the things you put in your mouth, because even what seems like a harmless berry can land you in trouble!
Moral: Always be mindful of the things you put in your mouth, because what may seem harmless can have disastrous consequences.