The Birth Day Of The Sun: Part 3

          [ring]

   softly       distant

            [ring]

 cry soft ‘n distant rise

            [ring]

life’s dawn murm’ring chorus distant
rise in waves white-gold

            [ring]

seep, sound, to black-fled sky
pale re-birth rings tidal

            [ring]

            [       ]

th’cold cast of beamed horizon
th’morrow ‘comes today

            [       ]

straw, rags, ‘n apron bloodied
myriad maidens passed in bringing life
whittled lamb left bale-atop
he’ll add his arms to cradle

             [still]

glazesome vision
(Merit-Amun…)
betrothed, b’loved, wished-for child

  [sainted, softful silence]

Silent morning.
Earthly peace.
Servant girl re-swaddles.
A trough, now cleared of water, filled
with cloth ‘n wool ‘n hay.

Clouding o’er in patchwork blue.
A crashing wave of fire crests
the eastmost ends of Iss-Ra-El
and floods the world with dawn.

Sett’ling o’er ‘n int’ th’present,
sending out oblation:
initiate anew, incarnate is
the sun – arisen.

  [sighed silence – soften]

[rustled makeshift manger]

           [                    ]

               [           ]

                 [cry]

My name is William Altoft. I’m a writer in and from (and consistently on) Bristol, in the UK.
WordPress: https://williamaltoft.blog/
Instagram: instagram.com/williamaltoft/

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