|CHAPTER 11 There was a VIP named dZiggie,
2 Who had a couch,
3 And a lively imagination,
4 eWhich changed the world.
5 Ziggie also had a fflashlight,
6 Which he aimed at the darkness,
7 gAs if you could see the darkness by shining a light on it,
8 hAnd discovered a lot of great discoveries,
9 iWhich he insisted on telling to everybody who would stand still and listen for a minute.
CHAPTER 21 According to Ziggie, jthe human mind was a lot deeper and darker than anybody suspected,
2 Anybody, that is, who didn't have a flashlight,
3 And the things that went on in there were pretty surprising,
4 If you could just see in there,
||5 Which you could do if you had a couch,
6 kAnd a flashlight.
CHAPTER 31 For example, the part of the human mind that people thought of as "I" wasn't really "I" at all,
2 But something called the l"ego,"
3 Which is Latin for "I,"
4 And is therefore completely different,
5 For some reason.
CHAPTER 41 And what's more, the ego wasn't all alone in there,
2 But had some company,
3 Called the m"superego" and the n"id,"
4 Which made everything terribly complicated and confusing,
5 oFor some reason.
6 And that wasn't all either,
7 Because according to Ziggie,