Inspire Me

Muse, American marble statue by unknown artist...

Muse, American marble statue by unknown artist (c. 1850). Part of the collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Inspire me
Seduce me with your words
Your imagery
Is more than I deserve
But sing to me
Once more my muse, once more
Don’t cling to me
Inspiration’s all you’re for

Inspire me
Overcome me with desire
So suddenly
Consume me with your fire
Your madness is
Part genius, part fool
Inspire me
With weaponry so cruel

Inspire me
Once more to raise my pen
Desire me
Not as I’m now, but then
Then disappear
And never be a friend
You’re only here
Until the story’s end

© Helen Valentina 2013, All Rights Reserved

About Helen

I'm drawn to blogging as a way to share ideas and consider what makes us who we are. Whether it's in our working life or our creativity, expression is a means to connect.
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19 Responses to Inspire Me

  1. Dan McGaffin says:

    That’s pretty frickin’ awesome.

  2. boogiestu says:

    Is this your dark side? playful Helen it’s great!

  3. This was really great! Helena, you are a really great writer/poet,or whatever

  4. Reblogged this on Amanda's Words / starfire8me and commented:
    really great!

  5. Laxmi says:

    Great inspiration.

  6. Noora says:

    This is so fantastic piece, Helen! Your poems never cease to amaze me. Ever. : ))

  7. Skye says:

    Incredible, Sis!!! You shine!! 🙂

  8. words4jp says:

    this is so lovely – so much is written about ‘the muse’ – your piece is stunning, which makes perfect sense because you are such a lovely writer:)

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