The Muse’s Favor (Let All Who Can Sing. . . Sing!) Priscilla Jane Thompson

Eidos | 2/25/2019 | Staff
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When we limit beauty, we limit our ability to flourish as humans. A glory of the world God made is that beauty, objective beauty, is expressed in many different ways. One result of sin is an inability to see certain types of beauty.

Merely seeing “common humanity” is not enough, we should be able to see the beauty in our fellow humans. Why? The beauty is real and failure to acknowledge reality is never a good idea. God has made a world so beautiful that all of us, at one time or another, need to sing, write poetry, make a speech, create a garden.

Beauty - Poetry

Beauty should be acknowledged and poetry made if you can.

I wrote some bad poetry as a boy, but at least I was encouraged to try. Nobody told me boys did not write poetry or that people like I am do not have anything to say.

Everyone - Priscilla - Jane - Thompson - Talent

That’s not always true for everyone. Priscilla Jane Thompson had poetic talent, but not a nation eager to hear what she had to say. She was a romantic, but could find too little romantic poetry for women who looked like she looked (The Song).

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