Breaking the Muse

To a writer, finding something to inspire them to write is an anomaly.  It is a fateful demise for the writer to explore for that spark of inspiration.   This search is not something that a writer should throw their life away on because it is a blind hunt that leads nowhere, taking the writer further from the desired goal – far away from writing. 

For it is never the writer that finds the muse, but muse that finds the writer.

©2011, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivative – visit  Amanda Headlee — It is Always Darkest Before the Dawn for the original source of this content.

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