Muse

Gustave_Moreau_-_Galatée

Gustave Moreau

Galatee

I amuse, and inspire art.

Music

I am adored, and adoring.

I am cherished, and I cherish.

I am loved, and loving.

I am desired, and desiring.

I trust, and am trusted.

I am joyous, and give joy!

Namaste

✿ღ✿ღ.¸¸ღ♫*¨`*•..¸ƸӜƷ ✿ღ ✫❀

Sindy

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11 thoughts on “Muse

  1. This is my favourite painter, Sindy.

  2. I love giving, and attending to all the wants and desires of a lover!

  3. shreejacob says:

    Beautiful and inspiring words! 😀 Thank you!!!

  4. Dewin Nefol says:

    Hey Sindy,

    That is an enchanting piece of prose born from the heart of desire. It is the yielding of oneself completely to passion and impulse: the showing of a lack of inhibition or restraint and an expression of the reckless freedom of manner. It is the giving of all yet without loss of the essence of self. Whoever so inspired your rhapsodic words must have been captivated by such hedonic abandonment.

    I imagine you have already read Ovid’s dreamy elucidation of Pygmalion’s creation of Galatee…it serves as a classical precedent for the relationship between artist and model. Perhaps his words, so full of fancy, are romantically eager in defining the heart and soul of an artist, but they are not wholly definitive of what might also prevail in his mind. The intellect also finds its own sense of idealised beauty in the combustive furnace of great passion.

    Do you think Gustave Moreau would have been so prolific a symbolist painter had he not had a 25-year personal relationship with Adelaide-Alexandrine Dureux?

    Namaste

    DN – 12/04/14

    • No darling I have not read Ovid’s dreamy elucidation of Pygmalion’s creation of Galatee…You are talking beyond my educational reckoning. (that’s cool :D) I am sure my friend Monika, symbol reader or some of my other lady blogger friends have.

      Now of course I will have to read a summary on wiki. 😉

      It was more affirmation than prose. I have one poem that has been published. I will send it to you in a email.

  5. Dewin Nefol says:

    …and I shall look forward to reading your poem 🙂

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