The Astrologer: My Prayers to the Sun

Magnificent sunrise
Speak to me the language of my dreams
Sing a song of ancient times
And let us fall together
Into the deepest slumber
Until our bodies feast
On banquets of eternal satisfaction

Joyous inferno
Splash your colors through my windowsill
Bleed me from my grief and tribulation
Light up every aspect of my life
Until my shadows and your rays unite
With every movement that I make
Your constant sunlight does not judge
It casts a thousand beams in my direction
And floods my heart with feelings of affection

Never loneliness shall I bequeath
Upon myself, with your gracious audience
Together we will shine
Forever and unplugged
From all the sorrows and the lies
Of present time and the past
In which we dwelled

Tell me of the future
A world in constant motion
Forged by raging fires bright
Illuminating the unforeseen
And shedding light on some eternal truth
To which I cling forevermore
In which I melt, and rise again
An enlightened being
Master of it all

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Character: 52/100
Dedicated to every bleeding soul

5 thoughts on “The Astrologer: My Prayers to the Sun

  1. “Bleed me from my grief and tribulation
    Light up every aspect of my life
    Until my shadows and your rays unite” …..

    These lines and all others, stunning, written with great heart and spiritual depth survival and suffering. The entire poem, Utterly Beautiful! Thank you for sharing it!

  2. “Speak to me the language of my dreams” – A beautiful thought: Maybe our dreams are not presided over by the moon, but the sun as it is out of our sight and we long for its light. ~Regards, Dan

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