Interview With a Muse

Rosamond Press

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Fair Rosamund and Queen Eleanor 1862 by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt 1833-1898

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Yesterday, at three, my Muse-To-Be entered the Wandering Goat, and stood before me. I was seated at a table for two, and two young men were helping me get my computer on the free wifi. Belle spoke;

“Is this a kneeling party. May I join in?”

When Belle knelt (before me) the young men looked up to see this beautiful young woman of twenty-three, and, they quietly moved away.

And, there she stood, after putting this giant blue skateboard in the corner. I could not move as I took her in. Belle was letting me see her face bathed in a soft light. She had on her angel face and was letting her light-blue angel eyes send a force of energy my way.

“Well?” I heard her say without moving her lips, and I now rose, came close to her, and gave her a long gentle hug. She did the…

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