|CHAPTER 11 The punks got help with their reading,
2 And their writing too,
3 Because that's the way things go,
4 When you're willing to put your life on the line.
CHAPTER 21 They read a bunch of books,
2 Or had a bunch of books read to them,
3 Or aexplained to them,
4 Which is almost the same thing,
5 Unless it isn't.
CHAPTER 31 Some of the books were about bhistory,
2 And some of them were about cscience,
3 And some of them were about dpolitics,
4 And some of them were about ereligion,
5 And some of them were about fphilosophy,
6 And all of them were gGreek to the punks.
CHAPTER 41 There were also books of hfiction,
||2 Including inovels,
3 And jshort stories,
4 And kplays,
5 And lfairy tales,
6 And mfables,
7 And even nchildren's books,
8 With lots of pictures.
9 Fiction was mostly Greek to the punks too,
10 Except for the pictures.
CHAPTER 51 Some of the books of fiction had pictures on the back,
2 Even the ones that weren't children's books,
3 And didn't have any pictures inside.
4 It turned out that these were pictures of the authors,
5 Who were famous,
6 And admired,
7 And usually looked like owimps,
8 With pglasses.
CHAPTER 61 Thereupon the punks didn't know if they wanted to be writers,
2 Since it didn't look like famous authors ever put their lives on the line,
3 For anything,
4 And the punks didn't want to have to be wimps,
5 And wear glasses.