When she departs from my grace,
My palette dries in her wake,
Devoid of livelihood for now,
With dull words to fill my tray,
For now I paint a portrait,
With no wings of my own,
I am yet to be grown,
For she alone floats me high,
She alone carries the brush;
Strokes colours unto the night,
Filling the empty artist with,
Her sweet kiss of silvery light.
So I lay now in wait,
Under rainbows left gray,
To taste the honey of her life,
Dripping like nectar from rose-soft lips,
Pressed tight as a clamp unto mine,
Breathing into me a laced love letter,
Sighed: To the artist; From: The divine.
This is why, for now, I am unable to write a good piece. When she leaves, I fall and fail .-. Feeling: uninspired
This is actually amazing. My muse is a girl that I am no longer with, but I still write about how much I love her, and how beautiful she is and so on and so forth because I want her to know how much I want her back. That's basically how she is still my muse despite everything
Is it me or everyone lost their muse...
A very nice poem!
A very nice poem!
Thank you, love. ♥ And it does seem that way. The imagination is very fickle, sadly.
When art is crated it comes from the mind. And the mind is a fickle beast. As a writer i know the feeling of irritation from lack of imagination or a muse leaving as you call it. Sleep,good food,friends, family,music and even exercise can all lead to inspiration. The best medicine for a block is to live. Rest, relax or explore your world and see what is there. Your imagination will do the rest Good luck on your inner muse. By the way i don't think you need her anyway. Your writing is beautiful
Thanks, love. If it didn't rain so much in Virginia, I would nature walk more often, but rain is like my imagination. No one tells it where or when to go.
Good analogy. Here in Washington it doesn't rain often enough. But when it does i go for long walks barefoot with no shirt on too feel the rain. Lol its my favorite type of weather
Jeez... If this is what you write when you're feeling uninspired.... Wow! It's beautiful, by the way