Monday, December 27, 2010

Acknowledging the muse


Dec 27, 2010

Acknowledging the muse

It turns out, I have always fallen in love with a muse. At 14, I fell deeply, passionately, and hungrily in love with a boy who made me want to become the performer I'd always admired. It happens, like an echo, in my life and perhaps it's the fate of a tortured artist. Call them catalysts, name them according to their genus, but they are simply muses. I am currently in love with a recent muse that I know very little about. He has inspired me to create, invent, and adventure because I can see his future in this particular fairy tale I am crafting. So I will build this, knowing that such passion will cause inevitable loss, exceptional gain, and gently pain. I will script this fairy tale, and I will hunt that which makes it extraordinary - and at the end, my muse will move to the extraordinary, and I will smile knowing that I will re-create, when once again inspired.

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