WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Muse

Well,,,,,,,, Some Thingz jest aMUSE me!
as so also many things do NOT!
Don’t grieve. Anything you lose comes around in another form.”-Rumi
here is my 2 Cents Werth
MUSE: Word History: Ever since Chaucer first mentions the Muses in a work from around 1390, English poets have invoked these goddesses like so many other versifiers since the days of Homer, who begins both The Iliad and The Odyssey with an invocation of his Muse. The word Muse comes from Latin Mūsa, which in turn is from Greek Mousa. In Greek dialects, this word is found in the variant forms mōsa and moisa, and together these indicate that the Greek word comes from an original *montwa. As to the further origins of this form, a clue is provided by the name of Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory and mother of the Muses. Her name is simply the Greek noun mnēmosunē, “memory”—the faculty of memory was indeed the mother of invention for the ancient Greek professional poets and bards whose job it was to compose new poems in traditional styles on festive occasions, to recite the verses of Homer, and to improvise material whenever they had a memory lapse. Greek mnēmosunē is derived from the root *mnā-, an extended form of the Greek and Indo-European root *men-, “to think.” This is the root from which English also gets the words amnesia (from Greek), mental (from Latin), and mind (from Germanic). The reconstructed form *montwa, the ancestor of Greek Mousa, also comes from this root and probably originally referred to “mental power” that enables poets to craft verses—the Muses were the Greek poets’ divinized conceptions of the faculties that help them to create and recite poetry.
Definition of MUSE frum meriam websters werld;
capitalized : any of the nine sister goddesses in Greek mythology presiding over song and poetry and the arts and sciences
: a source of inspiration; especially : a guiding genius
: poet :
intransitive verb
: to become absorbed in thought; especially : to turn something over in the mind meditatively and often inconclusively
archaic : wonder, marvel
transitive verb
: to think or say reflectively
— mus·er noun First Known Use of MUSE
15th century secondarily;
Origin of MUSE
Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin Musa, from Greek Mousa
First Known Use: 14th century
Muse…. frum another dictionary:
1. Greek Mythology Any of the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus, each of whom presided over a different art or science.
2. muse
a. A guiding spirit.
b. A source of inspiration: the lover who was the painter’s muse.
3. muse Archaic A poet.
an also some people do too!
ah but what can one do
when ones life is squeezed out
like the juice of a lemon
😦  frum his so called Muse  😦
Bearing to think ' of me Muse!

BEAR is Bearing to think ‘ of me Muse!

‘Peace & Namaste’ 2 U frum
***it’s all in how one interprets da’ werd i assume…….
an to which context one puts it into!.I didn’t enter a post-it fer da’ last week cuza my Muse…an time is of essence an also,
Life is to short to waste it on a MUSE that lives in poetic denial, deciet, neglect an unrightious betraying disharmony.
Broken Promises are the legacy of this muse!
** .. delighttogetmonitarilysays ..*
WTF FOR? i wunder but a waste of 5 plus years an thousands of dollars on his MUSE!
Love is forever ,,,,even if tarnished by a MUSE an mis-use!

9 thoughts on “WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Muse

    • yeah one can either cry or laugh bout it huh! lessons learned frum a muse …….. has cost me dearly! mentally, financially, emotionally, spiritually, an physically…such as life huh! to come across dishonest selfish souls 😦 it is… so anyhew my MUSE? IT DON’T AMUSE ME ANYMORE 😦 ! . lol 😎 acceptance is da’ key to life here now! …
      an yeah love is truly forevr to me an is a sad thing when ya loose it to me. so i can only be sad when i think of my lovely muse!.an others i love that have ignored my soul…

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    • YEAH THANq LOLA 😎 JANE so, agreed i loved my bear also an missy also , bear is wit her though in canada , da’ dog knows missy well sister of bear is MIA! 😦 .. thanQ fer sayi8ng high 🙂 Q .. ps: consolation is i still have 3 other dogs here … so life has truly goe to the dogs, now if i can teach them to do the dishes lol………

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