Dark Night of the Soul: A Progression

WTW II text & frame bigger

Until next time, may happy days abound!

Marianne

Above modified image from an oil painting by Marianne Coyne.
Dark Night of the Soul poem by Marianne Coyne©2009

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  1. Lynn at Cottage and Creek
    Jun 09, 2011 @ 01:25:53

    The sun for day and the moon for night, God is so faithful in His provision for us. Your moon is charming, as is all your artwork. It’s so hard to fit all we want to do with all we have to do into 24 hours. I hope you get to a place where you can dedicate time to your beautiful gift. You are so talented. Be blessed and enjoy the rest of the week.
    xo,
    Lynn

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  2. Susan
    Jun 08, 2011 @ 20:20:01

    what a beautiful yet adorable painting of the moon, the shape is so lovely and the color is perfect! even in the darkest of the night, a light shines through!! lovely Marianne! xx susan

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  3. Brenda
    Jun 08, 2011 @ 20:13:40

    Hi Marianne:
    I’d like to see that painting the moon came from!! The poem gave me a little chuckle!! YOU PUT IT SO WISELY!! I think this is the shortest poem you have done so far! I know that you probably gave a LOT of thought to this before it came out this way. It does seems that when we first experience difficulties (dark) it only gets darker and darkest before an answer comes that will put us back in the Light. During those times, we just hold on to God’s graces and know that He is with us…
    Love the post!
    Brenda

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  4. Marianne
    Jun 08, 2011 @ 15:18:01

    Thank you, Jem, though I must admit I don’t know how to make buttons on the blog…the garland and wordings were added in Photoscape. I don’t do much painting as of late because of ‘the job’…hope to remedy that soon.

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  5. Jem
    Jun 08, 2011 @ 14:46:12

    This would make a beautiful button for your blog – the moon and garlands are painted so beautifully!
    Jem xXx

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