Bridge of the Sun is a poem by Fisher kel Tath.

"Do not come here old friend
If you bring bad weather
I was down where the river ran Running no more
Recall that span of bridge?
Gone now the fragments grey
And scattered on the sand
Nothing to cross
You can walk the water’s flow
Wending slow into the basin
And find the last place where
Weather goes to die
If I see you hove into view
I’ll know your resurrection’s come
In tears rising to drown my feet
In darkening sky
You walk like a man burned blind
Groping hands out to the sides
I’d guide you but this river
Will not wait
Rushing me to the swallowing sea
Beneath fleeing birds of white
Do not come here old friend If you bring bad weather
―Bridge of the Sun
Fisher kel Tath[src]

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