Nothing is quite so powerful as embracing your own perspective and learning to trust your own creative voice. Please enjoy "When I Met My Muse" by William Stafford.
Have you caught a glimmer of your muse? When and where? How did your muse encourage you? Where might you see your muse again?
Footnote: Muses are flighty and don't like to be depended upon. Better to establish your writing through discipline and routine (words we creatives avoid), than to depend on your muse for inspiration. That way, your muse will know where to find you and can sneak at whim.