Definition

dead but still beautiful
dead but still beautiful

muse (myooz) v.  -intr. To ponder or meditate; consider or deliberate at length.  n. A state of musing or deep meditation. 

Muse  (myooz)n.  1. Greek Mythology. Any of the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus, each of whom presided over a different art or science.  The Muses are Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania.  2.  small m The spirit or power regarded as inspiring and watching over poets, musicians and artists: a source of inspiration.


14 thoughts on “Definition

  1. I love the way you write. I think Muse-ings could be a book someday. Nice to get it for free–at the moment. keep up the great work…or play?

  2. I did not know that Thalia and Calliope are names of muses. You learn something new everyday! I thought Calliope is just a term for some musical instrument. Sorry to be showing my ignorance maybe? I always thought of muse-Ings as thoughts if inspiration or thinking that leads to innovation. I never associated it with art that is three or two dimensional but truly it can.

  3. Great work. There is nothing so satisfying as planting trees.

    There is nothing quite as sad as seeing the saplings we planted in March get devoured by caterpillars in May. 😦

  4. Hi, I’m Maria, I’m new here, and I was browsing through entries on handmade and stumbled upon your blog, and it’s so warm and wonderful that I jus had to follow! Nice to meet you. =)
    M.

  5. .In spite of the rain I loved my first visit to your “creative land!” and hope to return one sunny day to wander among your beasties.

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