Taglove quote

~ Medusa’s Meadow – Poem by Muse ~

Medusa’s Meadow Be still the moonlight in harbor’s dim A tepid mongrel soul does serendipitously swim. I flutter neath life’s mortal sleep ~ Faithfully keeping secrets of the deep. Long ago in ages of innocent youth A heart was tied, entangled ~ not aloof. My love was given as the wind ~ Freely floating without end. We danced in meadows filled with green Our private clover guarded and unseen. We planted seeds that broke the soil ~ Some were fruitful […]

Continue Reading

~ Mapping of Me – Poem by Muse ~

You my love ~ are my cartographer… Drawing lines about my heart ~ Sketching rivers ~ that flow between… The mountains as they part ~ Intricate pathways ~ secret trails… Undeniable passion ~ It is my form ~ now your parchment… Inked forever fashioned ~ (muse)  

Continue Reading

~ Proclamation – A Love Poem by Muse ~

~Proclamation~ ~ Where will the sun rise on this the first day of our love? It shall arise in the East, atop the mighty mountain citadels… When will the sun rise ~on this the first day of our love? It shall be at dawn, when clouds caress the globe of warmth… What will the sun rise ~herald on this the first day of our love? It shall announce the birth of our union’s triumphant sojourn… A declaration from one heart […]

Continue Reading

~ Tears Poem Quote from Muse ~

“I would write my tears, weeping out my pain I would empty my veins for ink.” (muse slice) Logophile Pastry: The word ‘would’ is considered  to be a verb in the English language. Verbs are those words which directly relate to action. ‘Would’, can infer that you have already willing done something, becoming the past tense. It should be noted that in today’s style of speech and writing,  we rarely see this application. More often we utilize the word have. […]

Continue Reading