Seeking Lost Writing Mojo

It seems my Muse has run away with my creative mojo for some kind of secret assignation, leaving me in the lurch as I struggle to write something meaningful and interesting. Or at least a coherent blog post with a beginning, middle and end.

So, while I’m hacking my way through the tall grass in search of the fugitive pair, I’ll leave you with this photo for inspiration. I’m sure there’s a good metaphor or two in the picture below. Can anyone articulate one?

labrador in snow

3 Responses to “Seeking Lost Writing Mojo”

  1. 1 Gabriella September 26, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    Slightly melancholic but adorable image! I want to hug the Labrador.

    Here’s a metaphor: the Labrador is watching and waiting, sure that his patience will be rewarded soon. (Though as they are not hunters, I’m not sure what he’s waiting for: his master?)

  2. 2 Gabriella September 26, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    Perhaps he/she is waiting to retrieve his/her creativity 🙂

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