Here you will find the Poem At The Sun-Rise In 1848 of poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti
God said, Let there be light; and there was light. Then heard we sounds as though the Earth did sing And the Earth's angel cried upon the wing: We saw priests fall together and turn white: And covered in the dust from the sun's sight, A king was spied, and yet another king. We said: ?The round world keeps its balancing; On this globe, they and we are opposite,? If it is day with us, with them 'tis night.? Still, Man, in thy just pride, remember this:? Thou hadst not made that thy sons' sons shall ask What the word king may mean in their day's task, But for the light that led: and if light is, It is because God said, Let there be light.