I think most writers go through a dry spell when it seems like you experience what is called ‘ writers’ block’. This has happened to me for the past two years or so. I blame my muses. I say they are being fickle! What did I do to anger them?
Well honestly, I have no one to blame but myself and I’ll tell you why in a minute
You see, I have been filling my mind with worries and that has been blocking the free flow of inspiration to pour out from my brain. Negative thoughts can block beautiful poetic creations to emerge. Unless you want to write dark poetry.
Sometimes, dark or sad poetry emerges out of our difficult or sad times in our lives but seriously, who wants to always read sad or dark poetry. I think people want to read beautiful and uplifting poetry or deep and profound musings. It’s true, some of the best writings have come from very sad or devastating events in our lives but I always try to end the poem with a positive twist or a lesson learned from our trials in this life. There usually is some sort of lesson to be learned for every trial we’ve been through in this life even though we might not realize it at the time
Well, I think my muses have returned and I am over joyed about it but I have to be careful not to ignore them or they might just fly away again to help someone who will take time to listen to their whispers of poetic musings. I was on a roll last month and I was writing a short poem every day but I got side tracked with other things lately and have been ignoring my muses again They don’t take lightly to that! 😎
So,Thank you my dear fickle muses. Don’t leave me again! When they are near,my words just flow like a river.
I will write my daily poem shortly on my poetry site.😄 I promise🙏😇
I love my muses. I hope to meet them one day. 😆❤️🌸👌