I See Light

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Taken in Saint Malo, France, I have edited my picture to magnify the colors,

the light effects... But there was something special in the air that evening.



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This Light


A poem by Peter S. Quinn


This light is a light out

In its flickering caressing flow

Some themes in shadows about

In their way in, to and fro go


Those pleasing of dim flames

So dear to the night to hold

The streets of the nocturnal names

From inside dreams never told


Those light from bulbs and fiction

To carry their ecstasies run

Without this worlds addiction

Universes between night and evening sun


Deepness of being something more

To give us their spills of shadows

Each dripping dropp of glowing store

That with the new day all goes


Dim lights from lamps here between

In glowing thick gloomy night

The winter thoughts not else seen

In ordinary underneath daylight


The feeling forgotten into sleep

But giving its breath of being

Something among between to keep

Without it actually all seeing




The poem appeared on www.poemhunter.com/peter-s-quinn

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Taken on July 4, 2009