Poetic inspiration: Every creation has a life of its own, so does written word


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25 thoughts on “Poetic inspiration: Every creation has a life of its own, so does written word

  1. True words Maja. There is no greater pleasure to hear that something you wrote has inspired someone to write something and thank you for the inspirations you provide on a regular basis.

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    1. I will second DavyD’s comment. And having been a “Someone” he referred to in his comment I can tell you there is also no greater pleasure than to have been inspired by the writings of another. There is a true debt of gratitude to those who have given “The gift of inspiration” to another. That goes for DavyD and you, Maja!!! It is amazing what DavyD can say in just three awesome lines from one of his posts.

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  2. Awesome post Maja!!!! It made me shout – Yes, yes, yes (ala “When Harry met Sally”). A wonderful post. It captures so well the truth of what happens when something we have created is taken out of our hiding place and given a “life of it’s own” in the world for everyone to see.

    Thanks so much for your inspiration and encouraging posts! They are so greatly needed and appreciated. You should feel so proud to be a motivating factor in the creative process of so many with the helpful ideas, encouragement and “nudges” Consider yourself hugged!!!

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  3. So true! Everybody has a unique talent to offer this world. Thanks for sharing. I love a good rhyme and the poem on my poetry blog here on WordPress is about rhyming in case you have time to look? Have a rhythmical weekend, Sam 

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