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Thalia the "Flourishing" is the Greek muse of comedy and playful, idyllic poetry. She is often seen with a comic mask or a crown of ivy and crook. By Apollo, Thalia had the Corybantes, priests who castrated themselves in identification with the goddess, Cybele.

Muse

Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin Musa, from Greek Mousa
1 capitalized : any of the nine sister goddesses in Greek mythology presiding over song and poetry and the arts and sciences
2 : a source of inspiration; especially : a guiding genius
3 : POET



The Muse of Bardic Web are here to do just that. Inspire and guide the writers who make our community their home

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