Child of the Sun

Child of the Sun

A Poem by Allyson Wolfe

Child of the sun,

you gallop over clouds white as snow in a chariot of burning gold,

drawn by horses, hooves flaming red with heat

and billowing manes of amber light.


Child of the sun,

you journey too close to the stars.

To be so close to the gods is madness,

their silver shadows too much for mortal eyes to bare.


Child of the sun,

you've failed us in your attempts.

© 2012 Allyson Wolfe

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Starts off so beautiful.. and then failure.. so sad.
Hehe.. very interesting poem :)

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Added on September 16, 2012
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Allyson Wolfe
Allyson Wolfe

I am an 18 year old English major in University and love life's greatest experiences! I try to connect my writing with personal issues/experiences but often find myself straying away from my first i.. more..