Lights

Lights

Light is an electromagnetic radiation, part of which stimulates the sense of vision.

Light may also refer to:

  • Light (window), the area between the outer parts of a window (head, sill and jambs), the mullions and transoms

Read more about Lights:  Devices Producing Light, In Religion, People, Places, Food or Beverages, In Music, In Entertainment, Other

Famous quotes containing the word lights:

    Billboards, billboards, drink this, eat that, use all manner of things, everyone, the best, the cheapest, the purest and most satisfying of all their available counterparts. Red lights flicker on every horizon, airplanes beware; cars flash by, more lights. Workers repair the gas main. Signs, signs, lights, lights, streets, streets.
    Neal Cassady (1926–1968)

    Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the fair,
    Don’t tell me the lights are shining any place but there.
    Andrew B. Sterling (1874–1955)

    O thou undaunted daughter of desires!
    By all thy dower of lights and fires;
    By all the eagle in thee, all the dove;
    By all thy lives and deaths of love;
    By thy large draughts of intellectual day,
    And by thy thirsts of love more large then they;
    By all thy brim-fill’d Bowls of fierce desire,
    By thy last Morning’s draught of liquid fire;
    By the full kingdom of that final kiss
    That seiz’d thy parting Soul, and seal’d thee his;
    Richard Crashaw (1613?–1649)