As poets I think it's far to admit that we all have that special someone who stands for our muse. The question is; Do we ever get tired of that or feel that tt's repetitive, and attempt to do away with it? No matter how much that person is or more importantly ment to us, I feel that we should always write about them. It's only good for our work and in the end are'nt we always proud? How do you poets feel about this subject?
It's sad to only focus on one muse. Then again it is even more sad when you do not have a special someone to focus on. Then again repetition can bring about perfection, however you do not want to get stuck stating the same theme over and over. ::shrugs::
Um, I don't. I write all kinds of poems and nothing even resembling a muse.
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