|2 Who hated Yule's hullabaloogie;
3 His life was morose,
4 Till a visiting aghost,
5 bConvinced him to live with a boogie.
CHAPTER 311 A Biblical cdad was blessed with two boys,
2 But done wouldn't wait to inherit his toys:
3 He took them and went,
4 Came home with them spent,
5 eBut the ending was happy, with no angry dad noise.
CHAPTER 321 Young Macbeth had tons of ambition,
2 And a wife with a dark sense of mission,
3 fSo X marked the spot,
4 Of their murderous plot,
5 Till the gLady's insanity prompted X-cision.
CHAPTER 331 hBeowulf slew a monster named iGrendel,
2 Whose jmom then went round the bendel:
3 kBeo fixed her wagon,
4 Then killed a ldragon,
5 mAnd then died so the poem could endel.
CHAPTER 341 Candide, an inveterate traveler,
2 nLeft home and went thence and all over;
3 Finding Man odesperado,
4 He tried pEl Dorado,
5 qBut homered his lover and garden "cultiver."
||CHAPTER 351 rJuliet and sRomeo were most unfortunate:
2 Loved by each other but not by tfate,
3 They got themselves married,
4 uThen escape plans miscarried,
5 And their vfamilies ended their feud too late.
CHAPTER 361 Young Balfour got kidnaped by wAlan Breck,
2 And they went on a tortuous trek:
3 They suffered the plots,
4 xOf mysterious Scots,
5 Who tried and failed to hang Breck by the neck.
CHAPTER 371 Dantes got thrown in the yslammer,
2 Found a way to go on the zlammer;
3 He got some aatreasure,
4 Then took great pleasure,
5 In avenging his woes with God's bbhammer.
CHAPTER 381 ccEliza, an untutored Doolittle,
2 Met ddHiggins and learned she knew little;
3 eeHe taught her to speak,
4 And snob noses to tweak,
5 ffA gift she at length deemed too little.
CHAPTER 391 A merry gggang led by hhRobin Hood,
2 iiStole from the rich and thought they'd done good;