Their result for The A-Muse-ing Test ...

Your muse is Calliope!

40% Calliope, 0% Thalia, 20% Urania, 0% Clio, 0% Erato, 20% Euterpe, 10% Melpomene, 10% Polyhymnia and 0% Terpsichore!

Calliope is the oldest and wisest of the muses.  She is called "The One of Beautiful Speech."   Calliope is the muse of epic or heroic poetry and may have been the very one that inspired Homer when he wrote the Illiad and the Odyessy. 

Allow Calliope to inspire you. 

Begin by trying out different rhyme schemes, to see what you like best.    Find a safe comfortable place to work where you will not be disturbed.  Bring a candle, some paper, and pens or pencils.  Ask Calliope to come and sit with you for a while.  Then light your candle for your fire of inspiration.  Relax and let your mind go.  Put your pen to the paper and just let things go.  You may be surprised to see what you come up with as you allow your inner thoughts to take form on paper.

Don't be discouraged if it doesn't come easily the first time.  Sometimes the best things come with persistence and patience.

 

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Calliope Distribution

    They scored 40% on Calliope, higher than 98% of your peers.

  • Thalia Distribution

    They scored 0% on Thalia, higher than 20% of your peers.

  • Urania Distribution

    They scored 20% on Urania, higher than 63% of your peers.

  • Clio Distribution

    They scored 0% on Clio, higher than 18% of your peers.

  • Erato Distribution

    They scored 0% on Erato, higher than 26% of your peers.

  • Euterpe Distribution

    They scored 20% on Euterpe, higher than 70% of your peers.

  • Melpomene Distribution

    They scored 10% on Melpomene, higher than 32% of your peers.

  • Polyhymnia Distribution

    They scored 10% on Polyhymnia, higher than 71% of your peers.

  • Terpsichore Distribution

    They scored 0% on Terpsichore, higher than 22% of your peers.

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Your muse is Calliope!

Calliope is the oldest and wisest of the muses.  She is called "The One of Beautiful Speech."   Calliope is the muse of epic or heroic poetry and may have been the very one that inspire... Read more

Your muse is Thalia!

Thalia is the muse of comedy and pastoral poetry.  She is known as "The Blossoming One."  Thalia inspires comedy and happy endings.  She may be seen with a shepherd's hook, a comic mask,... Read more

Your muse is Urania!

Urania is the "celestial one" of the muses.  She can tell the future by looking at the stars.  She keeps her eyes focused on the heavens and is most helpful to those that are into philoso... Read more

Your muse is Clio!

Clio is the muse of history known as the "glorious one."  She is one of the least called upon muses and perhaps one of the most unappreciated.  Yet without her knowledge of the past we wo... Read more

Your muse is Erato!

Erato is the muse of love and erotic poetry.  She is also known as the muse of lyrics and songs of marriage.  Her title is "the amorous one."  It is from the tales of Erato that we get t... Read more

Your muse is Euterpe!

Euterpe is the muse of music and lyric poetry.  She is also known as the "well pleasing" or the "giver of delight."  She is often seen playing the double flute.  Through music she offer... Read more

Your muse is Melpomene!

Melpomene is the muse of tradgedy.  She is also known for her singing and as the "chanting one."  She is a guide for the lost or those seeking a way to something, but they just can't quit... Read more

Your muse is Polyhymnia!

Polyhymnia is the muse of sacred song, sacred poetry, and eloquence.  Her title is "the singer of many hymns."  She is credited with inventing the lyre.  The relationship she develops wi... Read more

Your muse is Terpsichore!

Terpsichore is the muse of choral song and dance.  She is known as the "one who delights in dance."  She is the one that rules over dance and chorus.  She will give you the inspiration for grace... Read more

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