Rapunzel in Bible Style, chap. 2
1. And the years passed by, and the wife and husband had sons and daughters born unto them.
2. And they grieved not for Rapunzel anymore, for that she was in good hands, or so they did percieve.
3. But, lo, ever since she was little, the old woman locked Rapunzel up in a tower, and let her not out by day or by night.
4. And Rapunzels' hair grew long, and it reached even up towards the heavens.
5. But kept guard often, that she might not escape. And when the old woman, that is the same as Rachel, would climb up Rapunzels' hair to get into the tower.
6. And she would call up unto her, "Rapunzel, Rapunzel! Let down thine hair!"
7. And Rapunzel would let down her hair and Rachel would climb up into the tower.
8. And though Rapunzel loved Rachel dearly, for Rachel had ne'er done her harm, grew weary of the tower, and longed to go out into the world.
9. And one day, as Rachel was calling unto Rapunzel to climb up, a prince saw what went on, and longed to take Rapunzel to wife.
10. And the prince watched until Rachel had come out, and he remembered these things, and went to his own house.