It is morning, and the early sun illumines the distant plain, where ploughing has already begun.
And it is our conscience that illumines the romantic side of our life.
And once more a gloomy fire flashed in Christine's eyes, like the rapid passage of a flame which illumines and instantly expires.
That flame is the flame which illumines, in the night of exile, the paper on which I now write.
Ravana saw that Sita was beautiful as the solitary moon at midnight when it illumines the gloomy forest.
Whence then comes the light which illumines it, since it clearly cannot come from the sun?
The light that illumines the page is but the reflected radiance of his own thoughts, and is unseen by all save himself.
There is another class of men whose hearts He illumines at once.
It was the grey light before the first day blush that illumines the world's sleep and brings the feverish dreams of morning.
The mind has a light of its own, and by it illumines what it re-creates.