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Castlelake

Yep, I got it too

Posted on 2007.05.09 at 23:34
Not surprising really.











gURL.comI took the "The Nine Muses" quiz on gURL.com
My muse is...
Calliope

Calliope is the patron goddess of epic poetry. She is often depicted holding a writing tablet and wearing a golden crown, for she is the oldest of the muses and their leader. Her name means "The Fair Voiced," but Calliope inspires eloquence in writing. Read more...

Who is your muse?
 

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m_carvaggio at 2007-05-10 10:39 (UTC) (Link)
LOL

gURL.comI took the "The Nine Muses" quiz on gURL.com
My muse is...
Polyhymnia

Polyhymnia is the patron goddess of sacred poetry. Her name means "She of Many Hymns" and is often depicted with a pensive look upon her face. Polyhymnia is said to bring immortal distinction to writers. Read more...

Who is your muse?

ennorwen
ennorwen at 2007-05-10 13:18 (UTC) (Link)

You're right...

not too surprising at all, dear Calliope. Eloquent, indeed. And another not-surprise...I got Clio - muse of history. See? We really don't change all that much...we just get more so.
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