[First Post] 38
The poet knows the way to rhyme;
the poet learns this skill in time;
Now if this person fails to write,
does this mean he has vainly climbed?
See, in the learning of a skill,
the power remains with you still,
but there are times upon attempt,
that it pours forth not at your will.
Therefore the poet understands,
that he still can with words command,
but also that his master flow,
comes not always at his demand.
"For God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.' - 2 Timothy 1:7