Anthem for a New Year
To all who are dead, to all who are yet to be born,
This day the world turned, moon has set with the year
And sun rose up on tomorrow; tomorrow is here.
This day is our gift from the gods, the gift of the morn.
Listen, ye friends from afar in the annals of earth,
We’ve seen the good and the evil and known it was we;
The reckoning falls to the just, to choose and to be,
To bring the earth through her moments of death and rebirth.
Ourselves the makers of day, the menders of night,
Ourselves to remember our wrongs and make a new path,
Ourselves to remember our dead and what they have vowed,
Ourselves to give children tomorrow, and, lo, it is bright.
Fear not the sluggards, the feckless; fear not their wrath;
The gods have granted a morrow; tomorrow is now.
Wishing each of you a very happy, prosperous, and blessed new year!
Thank you very much, dear Amy!
A great new year to you!
I wish you luck and and health and at all
ALL THE BEST!
Heartfelt greetings from
And a wonderful new year to you, too! I hope it brings you whatever you wish for.