Once upon a time lived a girl in a tower
With no doors and one window at the top
Golden strands of hair she had not but curly black hair like wool
She lay in mental darkness and confusion of God’s will.
Once upon a time lived a girl in a forest
But misled by the world she fell into a deep sleep
Sentenced to a prison of nightmares she fought for her soul,
Taunted by a fallen king.
Once upon a time lived a maiden of light
Whose radiance was the fairest in the land.
Lured by the scandelon she ate the fruit of the world
And was caged in chains of spiritual darkness.
Once upon a time lived princess that was anxious to explore.
She left home and wandered into a land of lost,
Voices and lost hopes so she lost sight of her dreams.
So she walked into a world where she could never be free.
Once upon a time lived a fighter who saw
The world was full of beauty, purpose and love.
The wind from the creator blew on her strength
And the heavens opened and her fears were conquered.
Once upon a time was one so weary,
Working excessively hard but with a heart locked and heavy,
Then the lamb made the sacrifice that supplied the key
And the blood of Jesus pumped through her fiercely.
Once upon a time
With closed eyes we sat in rooms that were flooding,
Trying to scream with voices lost to vigorous waves.
One name sailed into the ocean and cast his life down
Introducing us to a light of sanctification
And our happily ever after was found.