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Ballad Sun Poems | Sun Poems About Ballad

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The ballad of Prometheus

Prometheus.

Zeus, the king of all the Gods
He called his Gods together
And handed out their jobs to them
He found two gods real clever
And so he gave them both the job
Of making living creatures
For they were both good with their hands
It was their greatest feature

While Epimetheus made the animals
His brother was more, clever
He created man, just like the gods
The greatest invention ever
He took the soil, and mud did he
And man he did create
But when it came to a gift for man
Prometheus did hesitate.

So he went up to the fiery sun
Of fire he stole a sliver
He knew that what he’d done was wrong
It made him kind of quiver
And Zeus couldn’t be fooled for long
When he learned what the god had done
Oh, he was angry, he was mad
And kindness he had none.

He tied Prometheus to a cliff
Then sent the eagles down
To peck his body day and night
This made Prometheus frown
Immortal he was born, this god
So the pain could never end
Hopelessness tore his heart apart
For he knew it could not mend.


1 February 2014 @ 1140hrs.


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The Ballad of Intimate Darkness

Through light of day and darkness of my heartbeat
My love for you, you shall see
Twelve Angel's smiles beyond this artists' cold feet
Whose legs once belonged to me
The sun and moon can marry not another
More perfect than you to me
And the evening can not break the time we share
My love for you, you shall see
A soft man you gave kisses to walked half the Earth
With legs that belonged to me
Whose only pure thought was that of a dove
To love and set you free

Now this is the time that your eyes may have read
My love for you, you shall see
If I am the shadow that can not move on
With legs that belong to me
The ink I have written will become the blood
And sin will haunt over me
Because of my veins, myself I have opened
My love for you , you shall see

The eyes of men, with envy and magic
Tempted your true love from me
And not to be jealous I smile as the victim
My love for you, you shall see
With feet that the demons or Angel's may swear
Are legs that belong to me

Yet her necklace massages her as if I
Were holding her closer to me
My body more dust than can be
Often my reflection she sees in the mirror
My love for her, she will see
And memories may move her hand to caress
Legs that once belonged to me

For the moon and the sun will eclipse out of love
As the legs that once belonged to me
Through heaven and hell I shall still feel her moisture
On the legs that once belonged to me
From the turning of wind on the teardrops of kin
And the burning with-in of my shadows and sin
Away, free as a bird she shall be
My fond love for her, she shall see