Stream of Consciousness

Mired in thoughts

about this and that, here and there, now and then.

I muck around the ‘net

until time runs out,

and still my imagination is dry.

“Add New Post”?

But there’s nothing, nothing…

Then it laps downstairs

like crystal brook water:

Eleanor Plunkett.

She’s playing the harp.

Flow gently, sweet Afton.

Remember me to one who lives there.

9 Responses to Stream of Consciousness

  1. I’ve been kind of wondering what I’m going to post tomorrow, too. Unfortunately I don’t have a harpist in resident to help me out! 😉

  2. lavenderbay says:

    E.g. sez she would lo-ove to drop over with her harp while she stays at the Sandy Ego Hilton for a week,James, but we’re just a bit too busy at present for that.
    I could send Dennis some interview questions if he’d like; I offered to write them (different sets) for five people, and only three have taken the offer.

  3. livingisdetail says:

    I am sure your muse will return lavenderbay, although the stream of consciousness suggests that they haven’t left you at all. Harps and crystal brooks – perhaps you could post about your muse(s). Is that right? Muses or musi lol.

  4. livingisdetail says:

    Whoops I mean post a little more on your muse. Don’t worry the heat (we are having a heatwave here in Melbourne) has fried some brain circuits.

  5. lavenderbay says:

    Ummm… I didn’t quite get the distinction, Livingisdetail, and I don’t even have the excuse of your heatwave. Maybe my brains are frostbitten?
    Would a collection of muses be a museum, then?

  6. livingisdetail says:

    Wow, lol, museum is perfect… The distinction is now lost on me too oh, dear. We have opposite extremes to contend with…I always say it but feel free to send us some snow. The last time I asked for that it did snow on the mountains on the outskirts of Melbourne and it was early Summer. Uncanny.

  7. lavenderbay says:

    Take it away, Livingisdetail, all the snow you want! It’s only 20:30 here, but I’ve been cold most of the day so I’m heading for duvet land! 🙂

  8. Gina says:

    Oh to be able to hear harp music when you want. Now that is wonderful!

  9. lavenderbay says:

    Yes, it’s a real treat, Gina. E.g. took piano and organ lessons right through university, but she never cared to play piano. She loves her harp, though — and it shows!

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