Saturday, August 6, 2022

Sunday Muse #222

 Music is an inspiration and muse that touches us all in some way, whether we are writers or not. Yes, I know there are some people that do want silence for deliberation to write. For me I have found that movement and sound (especially music) really move me to ideas and writing.  So, this week our theme is music. Ponder the images and let the music & words flow.

Have fun everyone!

😍🎶 Carrie




Singer & Songwriter Michal Elia Kamal 

click HERE to learn more about her & click HERE for image source.


Songster & Evangalist, Rev Gary Davis who was a blind blues and gospel singer.


Khatia Buniatishvili at Piano




Image source


24 comments:

  1. Wow Carrie, what a great theme and great images!!!

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    1. Awww thank you my friend. I am delighted you like them!!

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  2. Morning everyone! I am so glad you are here! I look forward to reading your words. I will make rounds a little later. I am going to really try to get something written this week. Wish me luck.

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  3. I was spoilt for choice with the images, Carrie! Took me a while to choose, I must say! I love the music theme :-)

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  4. Ooops! I've come up as anonymous! This is Sunra :-)

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    1. Hi Sunra, I am so glad you are here! I hoped you all would like the music theme. I look forward to reading your lovely poetry!

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    2. Sunra anonymous. Absurd! :-)

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  5. A wonderful topic..........I have cousins visiting but the topic intrigues me. Will be back when I can.

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    1. Enjoy your visit Sherry. I do hope you will be back.

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  6. As usual, great visual prompts this week Carrie, one of your best groupings! Love ‘em!

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  7. I had a blast writing to this. I could write one for every one of those images. Great prompt, Carrie. Poetry and music do go hand in hand.

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    1. I am delighted to hear this Lisa! Having fun and writing is why I love hosting this site! I look forward to reading yours!

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  8. Hi, Carrie! Haven't been writing much, and really haven't been posting what I've been writing. Caught one of the images and watched it happen.

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  9. I liked every one of these, thoughts flowed for each also. What to do, what to do?
    Write a ditty because time was short for me today. And as usual, google didn't relent when I paid the Piper, still abandoned me at the Anonymous hide out. My blogs now will take comments now but I still cannot post except for being Anonymous.
    p.s. My great-grandfather was blind but he played the organ. He, a widower, lived with my uncle who set his pump organ write besides the kitchen sink with a window to look out, he may have had some peripheral vision but no one is around who would know now.
    ..

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    1. Oops, 'right', not 'write'. I word type,
      too is bad for me that way, as are some others.
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  10. Very interesting images. Happy Sunday to all.

    Much💖love

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  11. What fabulous images! Difficult to choose.

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  12. Carrie,
    I'm late as usual. I had just finished this poem when my Carrie called to tell me about Olivia Newton John's passing. I was meant to be I think. Thank you for the inspiration.

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    1. Yes, I was so sad to hear the news. You are very welcome my friend. I am so glad you are writing and here!

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  13. Another late one.
    The choice was made immediately, as the "fiddle guy" is the spitting image of a former friend. It was time the story was put in writing, ...after so many years. On the birthday of his son. Now I'm older I see some things so much clearer.

    Enjoy your week!!!

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    1. Hi Syl, there is no worries on being late. The Muse is up through Friday. I can relate with your words, being older makes much we see and l look back at more clear. I am heading to read yours and Susie's now.

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