Helios, Greek god of the sun,
Drove his chariot 'cross the sky,
Oft a proud and arrogant one.
A fiery force and never shy,
So often Helios would irk
Zeus, god who ruled the heavens all,
And thought sunny a piece of work,
A daily show off yellow ball.
But Zeus admitted Helios
Was too vital to get rid of,
And that would just cause lots of fuss.
Zeus let it go and stayed above.
When Helios became too proud,
Zeus would cover him with a cloud.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem