Either Helios has lost his way while driving his chariot around the earth or one of his 'fire-darting steeds' has collapsed while he was crossing over South Asia. Or is it us, who by slaughtering the cattle of the sun, have aroused his wrath?
If the latter were true than Helios must and will unleash his fury on those who slaughter innocent people everyday, sometimes in broad daylight?
The answer is a resounding no. Helios, like our leaders, is only concerned about his chariot and his steeds.
The sun shines, strong and bright, while the 'fire-darting steeds' are rested and fed.
A writer only becomes a true writer by practising his craft, by experimenting constantly with language, as a great artist may experiment with clay or oils until the medium becomes second nature, to be moulded however the artist may desire.