Sometimes when we write, we require a voice that is not our own. Sometimes when we write we await upon a muse. Many days have been spent by me claiming my muse had left me, but in truth, I think I had left my muse. Life got in the way, time was lost, and I got distracted by everything so I could not sit down and actually compose.
I wrote this poem before the one I wrote that was dedicated to my husband. This poem is what spurred me to this realization. Sometimes one just needs motivation. The "Broken Quill" provided me that motivation. Also it spurred another realization... my poetry seems to only be able to be written when I am down. That is also possible because that's the only time I truly feel inspired.
---Performed/read for the Kingship of the East's "Broken Quill" by Honeko Eir (my WoW main character).
I used to watch you from afar neverDreaming for love, yet there you were, rose inHand, and a moment felt like forever.You made me melt as you caressed my skin.I remember laying in your lap soRelaxed by the fire, hands in my hair,The rhythm of your lips, caress so slow...You hummed a song and we were without care.I close my eyes and listen, I still hearYou beside me, still feel your arms around.I'll never forget the rose on my ear.I'm scared, but I'll be fine. I won't break down.I used to watch you from afar neverDreaming for love, for my love, forever.