how i treasure you.
you do not only weave a comfortable blanket around me with your words, thoughts and ideas, you keep the fire in me burning.
every day i see you share my admiration for words… you all use them with care; thoughtfully place them in order to fit your intentions.
i love it.
i love how you inspire me, how you make me laugh, well up, startle me, how you make me uneasy. the whole spectrum of emotions… you present it to me on a daily basis – and i am grateful for your offerings.
p.s.: because i do not want to make this too sentimental, please insert an inappropriate word of your choice here -> ( )… to lighten the mood. heh.
7 thoughts on “Dear Beautiful Minds,”
that’s definitely a muse piece. i work that angle a quite a bit. but it sure can be two-fold as in a personal connection.
my last comment on “not-fair Miriam” got misplaced and should have been slipped in here. i love this and it exactly fits my sentiments… btw i have copy rights to all such thoughts…. so there 🙂
Reblogged this on wordpress.com__ one•hypervigilant•temperament and commented:
something I’ve intended to write, but my friend Miriam expressed it before i had the chance to…
Thank you Miriam for your heartfelt letter reminding us the importance of celebrating this delicate golden thread that unites us.
As a right-brained individual, dreams have always pulsated in mysterious ways not always easy to describe — even to myself. The sensations though momentary in nature have been rich and invigorating as they have been hidden and sometimes elusive. It took some time for me to finally sit down and attempt to articulate them one by one.
I never suspected how writing could not only shape my life, but transform it. Getting in tune with my artistic side has been an ambiguous process similar to climbing a precipitace mountain slope. One in which literature and fellow bloggers have been instrumental vessels of inspiration whenever I felt like giving up.
oh wow i don’t believe this! we are so in tune, it’s a little frightening… 😀
i wrote something yesterday: http://lifeandothertales.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/why-we-write-the-revolution-of-the-written-word/
read it and you’ll know why i said that. 😉