Light In The Dark Quotes Dark night of the soul | F. Scott Fitzgerald 1 Dark night of the soul, F. Scott Fitzgerald Tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald Continue Reading Previous Alphabetarion # Dreams / A kite | Anais NinNext I’m a forest | Friedrich Nietzsche More Stories Light In The Dark Painting Variations on a Lighthouse | Paintings by Ida O’Keeffe, 1931-32 0 Light In The Dark Stereosc2pe Stereosc2pe + | The light | Leonard Cohen, 1992 0 Dance Light In The Dark Stereosc2pe Stereosc2pe + | Folies-Bergere dancer Georgia Graves, 1928 0 1 thought on “Dark night of the soul | F. Scott Fitzgerald” The Dark Night Of The SoulBy Saint John of the CrossTranslated (From Spanish) by A.Z. Foreman Once in the dark of night,Inflamed with love and wanting, I arose(O coming of delight!)And went, as no one knows, When all my house lay long in deep repose All in the dark went right,Down secret steps, disguised in other clothes, (O coming of delight!)In dark when no one knows, When all my house lay long in deep repose. And in the luck of nightIn secret places where no other spied I went without my sightWithout a light to guideExcept the heart that lit me from inside. It guided me and shoneSurer than noonday sunlight over me,And lead me to the oneWhom only I could seeDeep in a place where only we could be. O guiding dark of night!O dark of night more darling than the dawn!O night that can uniteA lover and loved one,Lover and loved one moved in unison. And on my flowering breastWhich I had kept for him and him alone He slept as I caressedAnd loved him for my own,Breathing an air from redolent cedars blown. And from the castle wall The wind came down to winnow through his hairBidding his fingers fall,Searing my throat with airAnd all my senses were suspended there. I stayed there to forget.There on my lover, face to face, I lay.All ended, and I letMy cares all fall awayForgotten in the lilies on that day. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtMFh7au72g P.S. In episode 5371 of US soap series The Bold and the Beautiful, Bridget Forrester (Ashley Jones) and Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang) discuss spirituality and the purpose of human existence through reference and direct quotation of "Dark Night of the Soul." Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.