Thomas MacDonagh

(1 February 1878 - 3 May 1916 / Cloughjordan / Ireland)

Introit : I. Coeli Lucida Templa - Poem by Thomas MacDonagh

The temples clean from star to star,
Built up in that aethereal space
Where forms of other being are,
Image no being of this place.

We symbol forms enshrined in them
Angels are emblemed in a clod,
And every stone is made a gem
Set in the altar of its God.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 20, 2010



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