They called her birth a revolution,
But there was no revolt in the evolution of the sun.
We were the ones who had just begun
She had always been,
They just didn’t feel her burning till 10.
When her warmth and light wasn’t enough to make it right for us,
When the fire in her eyes
Only raged through the night,
To stop herself from crying and lying to us.
To keep herself from sleep,
Even through sounds of solid hoof beats.
She somehow found her dream; they were not for little girls, and from them came the scream that woke up the whole world.
Like breaking dawn
She cares and glares and flares and stares.
We can’t look back, for we go blind.
While we revolve around her, she cast our shadows and is the very essence of our time.
We grade our days my beams and rays that she kisses on our face.
She turns and burns inside out in the emptiness of space.
For all of you that cant take the heat,
Who yell and tell her that it hurts.
Remember that every time your heart beats,
She is the center of our universe.
She has been falling and rising from our horizons,
Before you and ever sense.
That fire inside her is what keeps you alive
She is the reason I exist.