Chaining the Muse

I recall blue murmur
mist-mad beauty
lighted beneath

(another castle
struggles away)

I wish wild
miracles true
rock rain & after

Another session with the Magnetic Poetry muse.

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9 thoughts on “Chaining the Muse

  1. I love that part about the castle. I have such a mental picture of a castle- shrugging off invaders, or the sea, or tourists (depending how I decide to go with it, I’m thinking tourists).

    Maybe I got off the track but that phrase really hit me. Majesty and triviality.

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      1. Yes, as a child I devoured books on ruins of castles, temples, you name it, having never seen anything like that in person, so when I did as an adult, I had so much built up for it that it was even more exciting. I still feel this way.

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