Perhaps an Italian list member can explain the difference between the two
"flashes" of line 104 and line 110.
In English Light seems to be able to have a sense dependent upon time as in
"light illuminates" and a sense independent of time as in "light flashes".
Normally I assume "light" to be durative unless qualified. The Temple
classics edition translates line 104 in the time independent fashion of
"flash" and line 110 in the time dependent mode of "lighten".
McIntosh, NM, USA