Gown Of Glory

Poem by: Philip H20s

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Written while hung over, at Glastonbury in 2002. It was a rare sun filled morning and I was sat at the opening of the tent constructing this poem. I soon realised it was time to get my pen.

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Submitted: December 30, 2007

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Submitted: December 30, 2007

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Sliced portions of the sun

arrive upon the backs of tired butterflies

My dry morning skin

breathes oil of gratitude



Each formed bead of energy

rattleswithin the closedcannister of the day

Taps that control the flow of u.v.a.

closed as the maid of night steps near



The rumour is

the Sun andher gown of glory

Shall again rise

letting her warm robe fall upon me


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Gown Of Glory

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Written while hung over, at Glastonbury in 2002. It was a rare sun filled morning and I was sat at the opening of the tent constructing this poem. I soon realised it was time to get my pen.
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