Hymn to the Newly Born
I was born with an age in my palm, Destiny was my birthing dream, The ages were but a moment, When I was born.
Time stood still,
All space collapsed,
Into a moment,
That watched the coming of my birth
Into this world.
I am born into the the world of man. Let the ages watch my coming
And listen to my words.
I am the new born,
The honourable, as I stand among you all
That call themselves alive but have been dead until my coming.
And will be until I’m gone, to become a legend retold through the ages which brings life to each age in which it is sung.
To my ancestors. To their lives.
I give my song.
To the honoured,
And pay my respects,
But as the ages move on, I move with them,
And they move by me.
I am here,
Now, among you,
to watch your games for some time, than play,
and seeking laughter again,
only to wait,
and watch you wait for my return.
As I grow.
Tell my story, Which is yours, As much as mine.
Salutations to the One, Who was,
And is to be.
Salutations to you all.