The Egyptian poem, “Hymn to the Sun”, describes the sun’s rising by proclaiming,
A. “They wash their bodies, they take their garment, and their arms are raised to praise your rising.”
... ”Stretch upon all lands, all waters, all living things to bring us life, food, and warmth.”
C. ”Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare. The lone and level sands stretch far away.”
D. ”The guardian of the light, of the warmth, of the day. Rise to fill our eyes with light.”
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