He has looked upon Man, and his eyeballs are clear(There was One; there is One, and but One, saith Kabir); The Red Mist
of Doing has thinned to a cloud-- He has taken the Path for bairagi avowed!
Through the red mist
that floated all around her, she could see high walls of changing light, where orange, blue, and violet flames went flickering to and fro, making graceful figures as they danced and glowed; and underneath these rainbow arches, little Spirits glided, far and near, wearing crowns of fire, beneath which flashed their wild, bright eyes; and as they spoke, sparks dropped quickly from their lips, and Ripple saw with wonder, through their garments of transparent light, that in each Fairy's breast there burned a steady flame, that never wavered or went out.
Slowly the red mist
faded from before Tarzan's eyes.
He was led to speak harshly by the Red Mist
A voice over then touches on the origin of the red mist
which engulfs the game world, and the significance of 'blood beads' to Revenants.
Jailing Burke for 15 months, Judge Robert Trevor-Jones said: "Your reaction was the red mist
- you repeatedly punched out and struck Mr Hart while he was still being restrained by your colleagues.
EASTENDERS killer Bobby Beale sees the red mist
again as he lashes out at his stepsister Cindy.
When you find the red mist
descending, you distract yourself.
When she found out, Katie said the red mist
came over her.
In between the red mist
, Smithies went a deep shade of crimson after pushing Craig Forsyth's looping cross into his own net with no-one challenging him.
WHEN people talk about the red mist
descending on you in the heat of battle, I know exactly what they mean.
Christopher O'Gorman defending said: "He saw the two young men and the red mist
There are some people who, though they might be nice, when they go onto the rugby field they see the red mist
and lose control.
However, Mark Powell found the target for the hosts to draw them level but moments later the red mist
descended for Lewis and the striker was dismissed, with the Lilywhites forced to defend a point.
On TV and film everything feels safe and properly done whereas on stage you can find yourself alone with a battleaxe-wielding actor when the red mist
descends over his eyes.