This post is so important in the RA world – you know who you are 🙂
I feel only sadness for those who cannot see the muse for what he is, who instead condemn those of us who do. That we seek only to capture his shadow, not seek to contain him and strip him of what he is inside is the joy of having a muse of one’s own. Let no one strip your muse away from you in the name of stalking or whatever other names or religious terms they may use to suit their own needs and purposes.
And I, for one, at this moment, am glad my muse has NOT left the building.
Can you just tell how happy I am to have found this particular post?

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