"Florentine Poet" by Alexandre Cabanel‘Itinerant Poet’ by Leonard Dabydeen The Society April 15, 2018 Beauty, Poetry 3 Comments “The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” ~ Louis L’Amour You are not alone on this wind-rush march, Itinerant ink scribing papyrus Upon demands and deadlines flaming torch; Or over ant-hills disturbed omnibus. Sometimes the hour is long as day or night, And eyes rebel to yawning, sleeping tide; But you cannot haul sail in a ship’s flight For the ink must flow where shadows abide. When it is not by your will, but dharma This oeuvre fest embellishes your mind Deep in all your literary karma; And unfurls all your constraints free from bind. Where vista cravings for horizons tempt, Our writing rhapsody must be well spent. Leonard Dabydeen is author of Watching You, A Collection of Tetractys Poems , Xlibris Publication(2012); Searching for You, A Collection of Tetractys and Fibonacci Poems, Xlibris Publication (2015) Related Post ‘A Cello Knows’ and Other Poetry by Andrew Todd ... A Cello Knows Amidst the smoke and light and laughter Along the smiles and cheers thereafter A sound is bled, wrung free from strings It bounds an... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 3 Responses Sathyanarayana April 15, 2018 Wow! Beautiful by dear friend. The couplet sums up the thought (as it should be in a sonnet) with a tingling wordplay Reply Leonard Dabydeen April 16, 2018 Thank you my Dear Friend, Sathya. Your sparkling comments always stir my cravings to ink the next poetic line. Reply Leonard Dabydeen April 16, 2018 Thank you, Evan Mantyk for posting my poem, Itinerant Poet, during this Poetry Month of April. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.