“A World In Which We Dwell”

diaphanous man

“There is a world in which we dwell,
And yet a world invisible.
And do not think that naught can be
Save only what with eyes ye see:
I tell ye that, this very hour,
Had but your sight a spirit’s power,
Ye would be looking, eye to eye,
At a terrific company.”
~from: “Hallowe’en, A Romaunt” by Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1845)

(For those with eyes to see: there are two diaphanous beings in this photograph.)
~photo courtesy of Anne Kreilkamp from her blog Exopermaculture

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