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"Divine Light" (by Joe DiMino)

Unlike Sunlight
That can be bent
And separated
as spectrum—
Crystal dissecting into color—
Divine Light is indivisibly pure;
Intensity for tweaking
Mortal hearts—
Coasters of thought
And senses,
Then falling away
In breathless rushes…

Yet from such transformation
We miraculously survive

This dark we call death
Is brilliance
Of unimaginable release—

Divine Light, above and below;
Within—the spirit eye will attest;
When comparing effulgence
Natural sunlight
Is far less….

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