Because, while I know my Father enjoys my humour, I also know He had something entirely different in mind. And though He said a formal prayer wasn’t necessary, I think writing one may make up for my extreme cheekiness. Sort if my preemptive apology. D:
Wise Zeus, who is our glorious King! He who is the most revered example of strength and beauty! He who knows the fate of mankind! Our Father, who sits upon the High Throne, we are at all times thrilled to be in Your sight, and upon Your mind!
Generously, have You taken us into Your care, and kindly, have You listened to us, with our human frivolities and many shortcomings. Though we strive to be honorable in our intent, we may yet not see the ways in which we have wronged you. If offense has been caused, Wise King, please be swift in Your answer, so that we may right the wrongs done, and improve in our reverence of You.
Great Zeus, who rules in stability upon Olympos, quiet our minds so that we may hear You. Let not even our intent stand in the way of true understanding, for we are flawed, and humbly do we apologize.
You have been so tolerant of us, as the wisest Kings are. For this, may we always stand attentive to Your desires, and to Your commands.
Here do we stand, in awe of You, grateful in the utmost for Your love, for it is not guaranteed, and we are but few in need if Your grace and guidance.
So we thank You, Wise King, and we hail You, the Most Deserving One, who shall receive our love and devotion, unbroken, throughout the days of our lives!
Thank You, Blessed Zeus, our Father and King!