THE DREAMER

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I was sold to strangers for money

Not because they wanted to be wealthy

But simply because they envied me

As a piece of garment they discarded me

 

I accrued revenue to both parties

But in the end my benefits extended beyond boundaries

The transaction that profited an entire generation

Even to them who took counsel and made the decision

 

I only told the dream that I could never keep

I was denied food and water in the pit but not sleep

The coat of many colours they dyed in the blood of an innocent goat

Israel shed tears for his beloved and rented his coat

 

On the desert I was given in exchange for silver

To the Midianites who traded as they journeyed

Twenty shekels was enough to price me away from those I knew

A slave was to be made from me as I grew

 

From Potiphar’s house to the prison house

After being a prisoner, I became Prime Minister

The dreamer who interpreted The Pharaoh’s dreams

A Hebrew to bathe in Pharaoh’s streams

 

The sun, moon and stars now came down from above to bow before me on earth

I distributed grains across when drought struck the earth

I prospered in this foreign land just by fighting hunger

But even as Dreamer, I never dreamt I’d be called a Redeemer

 

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