They Took Her Through the Ages.

They took me to a street,
Stood me there bare,
They said I was precious,
And would be priced fair.

They took me to a river,
Clothed me in grey,
They said I was a slave,
And should walk their holy way.

They took me to a lake,
Clothed me in blue,
They said I was a woman,
And they will tell me what to do.

They took me to a valley,
Clothed me in green,
They said I was a witch,
And to burn me wasn’t a sin.

They took me to a town,
Clothed me in red,
They said I was a lass,
And to warm all gilded beds.

They took to me a table,
Clothed me in black,
They said I was a victim,
And thus never answer back.

They took me to a desert,
Clothed me in gold,
They said I was a Saint,
And to suffer for young and old.

They took me to a temple,
Clothed me in white,
They said I was a Goddess,
And my blessing was this night.

They took me to a home, Clothed me in flower, They said I was to love, And that was all my power.

12 thoughts on “They Took Her Through the Ages.”

  1. After travelling through street, river, lake, valley, town, table, desert, temple and while coming back home… I lived each moment along….

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