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Your Writing Demands...

Discussion in 'Café Life' started by Katie-Ellen Hazeldine, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

    Katie-Ellen Hazeldine Venerated Member Founding Member

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  2. Paul Whybrow

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    Hmmm, sounds strenuous—carpet burns might be involved—better find a pencil with a rubber on the end....:rolleyes:
     
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  3. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

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    Choose your Muse, because if you love writing, what is the alternative?

    Go on thinking that you don't need to be read and you'll find that it may become quite true: no one will feel the need to read it because it is written for yourself alone; and the public won't feel any impulse to gate crash such a private party - Dylan Thomas




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  4. Patricia D

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    It appears that mystery stories need a muse - I'm dredging through my faded memories of Greek mythology seeking one. Any suggestions? Desponia? Leda? Is that Leda of Leda and the Swan fame?
     
  5. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

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    No Muses for all the many genres. I think you'd need to go with the spirit, mood or voice of your work. Your story about the Family Man...well that could (arguably?) be Melpomene.
     
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  6. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

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    That Leda was a princess of Sparta. but interesting to read that a swan was a Greek symbol for the Muses.
     
  7. Matnov

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    Thankfully all my Muse requires is strong, hot tea and time. He used to enjoy digestive buscuits as well but since I am on a health kick, Norman has agreed to forgoe that little pleasure.
     
  8. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

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    That is very understanding of Norman...and they are not known for that, as a rule.
     
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  9. James Marinero

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    B&Q DIY sell cheap knee-pads.
     
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    I actually managed to get a photo of my Muse, on of her infrequent visits:
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