Who Needs a Prince?

There once was a girl in a tower.
Her name was Rapunzel.
She dreamed of the day,
She dreamed of how,
Someone would take her away.

For the tower was dreadfully boring,
Though she did have movies,
They were awfully gorey.
The endings made her want to cry.

Eventually someone did come,
To save our damsel in distress.
They were swift and fast and strong,
As a prince should be,
Only in a dress.

A girl came to save Rapunzel,
A beautiful girl, if you believe.
She saved Rapunzel with ease,
Opting to climb a large tree.

They fell in love soon after,
And were married in March,
Happily ever after,
No longer beneath that arch.

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