Now Hiring ~ I need a Muse!
By Gifted1 on September 17, 2012
I need a Muse ~ My own Calliope (Greek mythology)
I am a writer, a Poet, and an artist. So many thoughts, ideas, and words flowing through my mind needing a canvas to land.... I need a MUSE.
I need a Muse....
Someone who inspires me in an uncharacteristic or unusual way. My Muse will be creative ~ provide influence and/or stimuli that drives my creative juices and hopefully vice-versa.
Must be able to disseminate positive and arousing information. Be a guiding Spirit!
Please apply within: reply to my email, twitter account, facebook, or Blogher. Spark a conversation. :-0
I am also putting it out there....especially to our friend,visionary, and inspiring woman herself Ms. Oprah and/or to another friend, actor, & rapper, Common... I want to meet Maya Angelou! ~ True renaissance woman to be revered.
I have been in awe of her for ever... for as long as I've been writing and especially writing poetry. I've often been compared to her when reciting my poetry; which has no basis what so ever, I think it's merely the voice.
Anyway, would love to meet her and ask 3 questions, ????? (speak it into existence) ;-)
So..... again back to my original topic : Let's Muse!
@tylerperry....You know what I'm talking about???
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