30 thoughts on “Muse”

  1. I do not really have a muse.

    As a verb, to muse is to consider something thoughtfully. As a noun, it means a person — especially a woman — who is a source of artistic inspiration.
    In mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who symbolized the arts and sciences. Today, a muse is a person who serves as an artist’s inspiration. Often filmmakers talk about a certain actor being a muse — meaning the actor inspired a movie. Writers, painters, musicians, and other artists have muses. Muse can also refer to thinking deeply. If you muse about something, you’re giving it serious thought. You can’t muse in five seconds. People muse on certain ideas for years.

    I do however have inspiration. You Ms. Bebong inspire, with your artistic merit and careful presentation of subject. One very nice blog

    Where my tears fall down
    Becoming one with the alluring stream
    A silent howl of anguish
    Gently calmed by nature’s dream

    Cheers Jamie.

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  2. I made a comment here which seems to have disappeared? … yikes?

    Basically, I made comment that I do not have a muse.

    I do have inspiration. That your blog, Ms. Bebong, inspires. It is artistic and creative … kudos!

    So impossible or not? Cheers Jamie

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    1. Inspiration is what it is but they insist (people of the challenge) of calling it muse and I went along with it for fun. It is like I can’t be happy but I take pleasures. Thanks for liking my blog. You’re one of the few 🙂 but those are worthy.

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  3. As a verb, to muse is to consider something thoughtfully. As a noun, it means a person — especially a woman — who is a source of artistic inspiration.
    In mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who symbolized the arts and sciences. Today, a muse is a person who serves as an artist’s inspiration. Often filmmakers talk about a certain actor being a muse — meaning the actor inspired a movie. Writers, painters, musicians, and other artists have muses. Muse can also refer to thinking deeply. If you muse about something, you’re giving it serious thought. You can’t muse in five seconds. People muse on certain ideas for years.
    ~ vocabulary.com

    Many things give me inspiration. They are not really “a muse”.

    What I like is how you’ve filled the nooks and crannies of your blog, with interesting content. The graphics are a reflection of an artistic soul. … Excellent!

    As well I always see a pile of likes, on each post. So, you do also have your … “lovers”?

    There is a reason it’s called a museum.

    Cheers Jamie.

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      1. I have little time for those in entertainment industry. For the most part, they are personalities manufactured by PR depts. As you say, each to their own .. I have more time for bloggers, who write and publish. Leaving it out there, for its own reward. They are my “muse”, if I had one? Cheers Jamie.

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      2. Sure I like movies, too. Just little time for the industry. Most films taken from successful books, fall short. Heavens, should a successful carpenter or plumbers make as much as some actors?

        I enjoy many films based on those headlining, etc. Some actors choose diverse roles and scripts. When I watch a film, I like to read the credits. All the way through.

        Just prefer those who write from love, not profit. Cheers Jamie.

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