DEMYSTIFYING MUSE: A BRIEF TREATISE ON POETRY-MUSE DISSIMILITUDE

Poetry is not inborn. Poetry is not hereditary and cannot be inherited. It does not flow in the gene or trait of any god-poet, assumed or established. Poetry does not compel poets nor does it dictate the frequency of their thoughts. Poetry is as fluid as its meaning and components, as liquid as its concepts… Continue reading DEMYSTIFYING MUSE: A BRIEF TREATISE ON POETRY-MUSE DISSIMILITUDE

MUSE

And when The night will fall Like a basket Full of rainy silence, I will be the one To tenderly whisper -like the wave Carrying dolphins’ secrets To the coast- That love rises secretly There, in an Aegean’s cave. And when That night time Will tenderly touch us -when the sky quietly opens Pandora’s secret… Continue reading MUSE