Once upon a time in a faraway land
There was a wise queen without a kingdom
Without a body or a soul to call her own.
It was all dark around her
And the silence was beyond all bearing
She was trapped but she was safe.
Until they came with all the noise
With a light that hurt her eyes.
They stared crushing, beating
Hurting all her senses.
They didn’t stopped and continued tearing
And carving with their big silver swords.
They took her to a place that she hadn’t seen before
It was all green and filled with light
A warm and lovely light
That caressed her wounds.
She was outside the cave for the very first time
But wait she knew the place
It was the forest from her dreams
Where she ran and screamed
Words of joy or of great fear.
They were still walking in the deep forest
Pass the rivers and the lilies
That smiled and smelled so nice.
They stopped in front of a big white house
With spears instead of fences
And dragons that lost their senses.
They knocked the big white door
And it opened with a scream.
She was afraid.
They took her to a room
Where there was a monster
A big silver shiny machine.
She was afraid.
Then they closed the doors and left her there
There was a strange feeling in the air
Suddenly she felt a burn
A white fire was cutting through her
Then polishing and blowing.
They came back and put her on a silver ring
Happiness was the first thing
That came into her mind. She felt pretty.
Then they took the ring to the princess
And gave it on a bed of roses.
“Oh what a lovely ring
What a lovely amethyst ring!”And thus finishes the story of the amethyst queen.