Musings from (or of) a Muse

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I try to keep her grounded
     Sensible
     Focused
But her avian superpowers
     Mental flapping and fluttering
Resist the attempt

She dreams of spreading her wings
She wants to soar

Written for: Weekend Writing Prompt #275 – Avian | Word count: 29

The Lady of Laughter

Free Lit Magazine is very special to me.  It was the first publication that published something I had written.  It was back in April 2015, and the piece was Idus Martiae (or, Ides of March, – bet you can’t guess what it was about? 🙂 If you want to read it, follow this link here).  And so I try to submit something to them whenever I can.  Which reminds me, their next theme, for any budding writers and artists out there is, The Truth or Dare Issue and the deadline is mid-January, so go check it out!

Back to their current issue, I’m exceedingly excited to announce I have another piece gracing their wonderful pages…It’s called The Lady of Laughter, (or, The Personification of Comedy) and it takes a little look at one of the nine muses from Greek mythology, Thaleia, the muse of comedy.  If you have a moment, you can find the issue it is in here, alongside many other great pieces inspired by the theme of “humour”.

Don’t forget to let me know if you do have a read – I would love to know what you think. 🙂