Sunday, July 14, 2013

A Poem by Nathan J.D.L. Rowark

Solar rebirth
Star child’s fingers, that reach from outer space;
born from a vernal equinox that Easter's fans can trace,
levies of a balanced act, the price, a winter's chill;
to see it pass, for day and night to both enjoy their fill.
Solar God, a mighty form that’s part of Celtic ties,
perform, for the rabbit’s sight, a warming of the skies.
Sunrise is a prospect that makes kingdom overjoyed.
The hibernating furies could then leave their winter void.
A pregnant Lady sits on lawn, surveying with her Lord,
evolution taking place through rays found glinting from his sword.
Eggs are painted pagan styles to hatch a new design,
imbued now with a magic wish to show a summer's sign.
Nathan J.D.L. Rowark is a horror writer, and editor of Horrified Press.  Nathan first started writing poems and stories when he was six years old, and has always been a huge fan of  the fictionally macabre.

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