Transparent in transparency
Muse came from being about to differentiate yourself from the right and wrong sides of life.
First and foremost, I am a part time father and writer with full time ambitions for both. Though on any day on any week, I take what I can get on time with my two little men and or time I can squeeze ink onto processed trees. I'm no published writer, poet, novelist, journalist, nor do I have any degree in literature, writing, or reading. I'm a King without a Queen strictly by choice. Solitude fits me good as of right now and I don't look for love in the right or wrong places. Though I won't turn it down if it came and swooped me off my mind and feet. I just have a calloused heart with calloused fingers to go with, due to the pen inking my pad indenting the pages as it releases the suppressed thoughts through the years of my trials. I get inspired by reading, writing, hearing, seeing, and being part of a writers community in multiple platforms. Coming from a man that joined his first social platform in July of 2016, and to be part of the rat race virtual world we all live in, is fully embraced now strictly for writing purposes. Making new friends along the ways of navigating through the maze and now starting to know my way around. The likes and dislikes and the numbers involved with status has no bearing for me. I do this for me and to leave behind for my two men some type of legacy for them to understand what their father was all about. In concluding, I'd like to say that I cherish, and I honor everyone that writes. That includes all the song writers and tv reporters to the columnists writing on blogs. I support every single letter of our alphabet that makes words into nouns, verbs, with counted syllables. I am more in tune with every word more now than I ever was and I thank the mishaps and trials of my past for that. I want to thank you for taking time to even read my ranting. Bless you and may you all get the muse you are amused about to fly away with your pen, pencil, tablet, typewriter or computer to compose something useful to you and or your readers.