And the Sun Came Out (Part 3)

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We saw you, and the scars

red on your hands

 

showed plainly you had met

the law’s demands.

 

The night of doubt dispelled,

you shone anew

 

and we marveled at what the Sun

of love could do.

 

Long had we endured the death

of darkest night

 

but daylight cut the clouds, and now

we bask in light.

 

The veil before your face

was torn in two

 

and the Sun came out. We have

no more to do

 

than to step into the light—

walk through the door—

 

you lived to die so we

would die no more.

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