HOLY HERETIC DEVOTIONAL-August 25, 2016-Solitude
Compiled by Maddie Nix
The worst solitude is to be destitute of sincere friendship. – Francis Bacon
As the twilight begins we say goodbye to the glorious sunset. Do you know where the light dies beyond the dreaming dusk?
Daylight falls like a villain being overcome by the darkening musk.
Rays of light which once stood tall now broken by the night.
The illumination of the day killed to birth the gloomy night.
The brilliant blazing star is now dim to the naked eye.
The lambent life that once was is now waiting to slowly die.
The fluorescent vision covered is something you don’t forget.
As the twilight begins we say goodbye to the glorious sunset. – Kevin Clark
Today’s Action: Honor those in your life who love with sincerity.
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