Tag Archives: Illumination

Illuminations of Faith

Illuminations of Faithby Michael DoyleFaith is not a blind leapBut the illuminations that we keepFinding, like a compass, our directionThrough Christ and His correctionListening to that small, still voiceIt’s where we find the healthy choiceIn apparent tone deaf moments of … Continue reading

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Reflections On Dorian Gray VI: Tethered Leashes

Reflections On Dorian Gray VI: Tethered Leashesby Michael DoyleA slit-throat bloodied scarf knows its sacrilegeAs Dorian’s portrait holds his stains like privilegeHiding what’s done in the waters by the river bankIt offers little good to say about position and rankUntil … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: On Each Part of the Human Race Is Laid the Duty To Keep Alight Its Own Lamp of Mind As Its Part In the Illumination of the World

“On each race is laid the duty to keep alight its own lamp of mind as its part in the illumination of the world. To break the lamp of any people is to deprive it of its rightful place in … Continue reading

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An Introduction of Light

Photography is a trick of light crafted to create the illusion desired.  It depends on ambient or found light and that introduced light that we use to reflect how we choose to see what we are viewing.  Or, ummm… something … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Lantern

Seated there on our blanket by the waterside We looked up and watch the lanterns glide Holding you close and safe we took this all in As I listened to our love blossom and begin You told me of how … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Share Your Knowledge So That Others May Illuminate Their Lives

“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.” – Margaret Fuller, author (23 May 1810-1850)          

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Congregate

In my life, I have seen many come to congregate Waiting with bated breath as it fascinates That only a handful gather to pursue wisdom While ignorance more often rules the kingdom It seems we need a smattering of deeper … Continue reading

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The Confusion In A Poet’s Way

The Confusion In A Poet’s Way by Michael Romani We wear our brands Even when we don’t understand We poets soar Not unlike a mouse’s roar Never quite knowing The all that we’re showing Illuminating paths we don’t see Even … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Duty of the Artist Is To Send Light Into the Darkness

“To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts – such is the duty of the artist.”  – Robert Schumann If there were one overwhelming prayer in my heart with respect to my photographic art and word play it is that … Continue reading

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Long Live Walter Jameson

Continuing in the series dedicated to The Twilight Zone and as requested by my eldest daughter, from Season 1, Episode 24: Long Live Walter Jameson by Michael Romani There in that timeless dimension Of which the mortal coil might mention There … Continue reading

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