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Marcia Gloster: My Muse, My Love

Love passed, the muse appeared, the weather of mind got clarity newfound; now free, I once more weave together emotion, thought and magic sound. Aleksandr Pushkin Throughout history a muse has traditionally been identified as female. In ancient Greek mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who symbolized science, literature and the arts. Each presided over a particular sphere in which she possessed artistic talent; all were gifted with great beauty and allure. Their role was to relieve the world of its sorrows and serve as inspiration for poets, musicians and painters. My muse, however, is a man; a man who unknowingly gave me a gift more than four decades ago. His gift wasn’t tangible like

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