Adam; a Modern Take on Beauty and the Beast

Belle yelled aloud her love for him,

She cried out loud “He’s dead!”

But Adam turned human again,

And happily they wed.

 

The both of them were deep in love,

Their love had not diffused.

Of course the town had disapproved,

They also were confused.

 

How could Belle marry such a beast?

Gaston had loved her so,

But Belle had to disgrace us all,

And be a dirty hoe.

 

They marched and chanted, hand in hand,

Toward the house of Belle,

“A whore she is, she’ll burn in hell!”

Then locked them in a cell.

 

Belle was accused for awful crimes, like bestiality,

They didn't see what Belle had seen: His personality.

 

Belle only wanted to be with

Her nice, young, charming prince,

The town, they wanted Belle to drown,

The beast they sought to mince.

 

The town folk burned them both alive,

They did the wrongful deed.

Along they burned their family,

So Belle and Beast can’t breed.