a great flame follows a little spark

Like the lark that soars in the air, first singing, then silent, content with the last sweetness that satiates it, such seemed to me that image, the imprint of the Eternal Pleasure.

I saw within Its depth how It conceives all things in a single volume bound by Love, of which the universe is the scattered leaves.

Images: © Jean Francois Carly
Text: From The Divine Comedy (Paradiso) by Dante Alighieri


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