Electric Lady


Where Is My Muse? Poem by Electric Lady


It's funny how some people don't remember your name
Until you become famous
I love you only when the spirit moves me
What makes you so intriguing
Is your ability to fly
You fly with me and we are free
I'm not the quiet genius you want me to be
But I can paint you a picture for your eyes only
Man or woman
Woman or man
Let the art express itself through extraordinary vision
The sun, the moon, and the earth
Are a divine light
Without these beauteous creations
There wouldn't be any creative life
Underneath all this guilt
I still find you very attractive
Shatter me with your expectations
But I'm not going down without a fight
Strangle me with your infuriating words
But that doesn't mean you're going to kill me
As we fly free
In this magnetic jungle in Paradise.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Someday you will come back to me.

Comments about this poem (Where Is My Muse? by Electric Lady )

  • Veteran Poet - 1,229 Points Thomas A Robinson (7/24/2014 7:37:00 PM)

    Oh that abusive muse
    Neglectful, rude, and such a prude
    Intrusive in the middle of the night
    Takes sleep away just for spite
    Oh muse I could strangle you (Report) Reply

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