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!
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
Wow Carrie, what a great theme and great images!!!ReplyDelete
Awww thank you my friend. I am delighted you like them!!Delete
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.ReplyDelete
I was spoilt for choice with the images, Carrie! Took me a while to choose, I must say! I love the music theme :-)ReplyDelete
Ooops! I've come up as anonymous! This is Sunra :-)ReplyDelete
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!Delete
Sunra anonymous. Absurd! :-)Delete
A wonderful topic..........I have cousins visiting but the topic intrigues me. Will be back when I can.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your visit Sherry. I do hope you will be back.Delete
As usual, great visual prompts this week Carrie, one of your best groupings! Love ‘em!ReplyDelete
That makes me happy Rob!Delete
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.ReplyDelete
I am delighted to hear this Lisa! Having fun and writing is why I love hosting this site! I look forward to reading yours!Delete
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.ReplyDelete
I liked every one of these, thoughts flowed for each also. What to do, what to do?ReplyDelete
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.
Oops, 'right', not 'write'. I word type,Delete
too is bad for me that way, as are some others.
Very interesting images. Happy Sunday to all.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday dear Gillena!Delete
What fabulous images! Difficult to choose.ReplyDelete
So glad you like them Sunita!Delete
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.
Yes, I was so sad to hear the news. You are very welcome my friend. I am so glad you are writing and here!Delete
Another late one.ReplyDelete
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!!!
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.Delete