Back in 2013, I wrote seven odes for the planets. As I reorganized my website, I discovered that there was no entry for the hymn to the Sun, so I rectified that problem.
IV. For the Sun (Sunday — incense of frankincense) Great golden titan, lord of light and heat, agile and vital, our great king, the Sun— only from your warmth, does our life stay sweet, and when you bless our work, it’s well-begun. When your golden chariot mounts the sky at break of day with four stallions of flame you fill the world with harmony divine! Not even the darkest cloud can deny that it is day, and worthy of your name! Yet lend an ear, and to my prayer incline: For all of earth and sky receive your light and you rule each season in its turn. The wicked fear you, but you guide the kind, for all things bend toward justice in your sight. Throughout all ages you are doomed to burn ripening both grape and creative mind, rising and setting in your ordered way— father of night and the sower of stars, teach us to quit the night and seek the day: for you bring an ending to baseless fears. Come, valiant Sun, and to my prayer take heed: awake your noble influence in me! For nothing lives or does that does not need your glorious golden divinity: Bright source of all existence, lord of noon, whose golden lyre holds the melody that joins as one the music of the spheres, Phoebus almighty, brother of the Moon, help me to play with the great harmony, that psalm eternal which gladdens all ears!
You can find the hymns in the Neo-Orphic Hymns series here: Moon — Mercury — Venus — Sun — Mars — Jupiter — Saturn