The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
The hunchbacked skeleton hugging Esmeralda's
a heart wrenching symbol of love and devotion.
For all, Quasimodo was a monster and slave;
and under his grotesque figure, only she saw,
a kind heart that also needs to be saved.
To satisfy lust, the beast beneath deacon Frollo,
ordered Quasimodo to abduct the dancing fairy;
but the slave got punished for his master's deeds.
For saving his life, Esmeralda fed him water,
and it was elixir of love for him in the pillory.
For the murder she didn't do and the witchcraft
she never knew, Esmeralda was hanged.
The beast ensured that, if he can't have her,
then no else can either have her or see her alive.
And thus the gypsy girl died and Frollo laughed.
For Quasimodo, Frollo looked cruel than the devil,
so he pushed the deacon from the Notre-Dame,
to deliver him straight to the devil itself.
Quasimodo also vanished into thin air,
only to find hugging Esmeralda, in the charnel house.