Treasure Island

Theresa Quinn


Illuminate Me


Illuminate me!
Heart, mind and soul
Grown so cold

Aphotic existence
Thought, word and deed
Cannot proceed

Consuming shadows
Life, love and desire
A deadly mire

Stifling darkness
Future, hopes and dreams
Of silent screams

Illuminate me!
Alone, lost and afraid
Need Your aid

Smoldering ember
Desperate, searching and seeking
Always reaching

Desisting illusion
Truth, right and wrong
Philosophical throngs

Metamorphic gloom
Mental, emotional and physical
Light irresistible

Illuminate me!
Father, Son and Holy Ghost
Ruler of heavenly host

Light Bringer
Savior, Redeemer and Friend
Your Word descends

Consuming Fire
Healer, Helper and Guide
Your Love abides

Bright Morning Star
Restorer, Deliverer, Mighty God
Now sing your applaud

Submitted: Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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