I like the idea of adding a quality of timelessness to the piece, perhaps through something like this in the set. Although the piece is set in modern day, the yearning for the stars and for connection is hardly modern.
I've loved the stars ever since I was 12. I have studied them since then whenever I have free time. I keep an eye out every night for something new to see. I have yet to see a comet or meteor shower, but I know I will one day. My late grandfather loved the night sky, but I never knew. I am a city girl stuck in the country, but every night, I enjoy only the one thing that has gotten me through these fast 5 1/2 years of my life.
The world is my muse. Just look around, focus on any one thing and inspiration will come. I am bewildered by all; the strangers I pass on my way to class, the shattered beer bottle outside my dorm, even the couch I am sitting on now. Every thing has a story behind it and I see inspiration as the untold story of anything. As I search for the 'correct' answer, I find myself looking everywhere and so that must be it. Everywhere, everything, and everyone is my muse.