Time for another post by Paul Andruss who gave us plenty to think about in terms of poetry in part one of According to the Muse yesterday:
According to the Muse (A monologue in 2 parts) Part Two – Born to Die by Paul Andruss
Illustration by Donata Zawadzka
So saith the Muse: Now you see poetry lies in what is written, not how it is written, or even how it looks written, you understand poetry is no mere academic exercise but an irrepressible urge. A writer without passion is naught but a scribbler Pilgrim. Artists have no choice but to strive, for poetry is the soul. And shall I tell you what lies in a poet’s soul?
Pilgrim: No! No you’re ok… That was lovely thanks, but I’ve gotta get…
Muse: It’s a rhetorical question. This is a never-to-be-repeated offer: a lesson from the Muse. You’ll get such a…
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