I guess what I'm saying is that I'd always been taught that writing is a practice, that you must sit down in a quiet room and make yourself write, that you must try, that you must exercise the muscle. And this isn't bad advice: many of my poems were written this way. You truly do never know what will come unless you try. But I think it's also true that poems will come because they're meant to, and you will find a way, a time, a blessed moment. I have been trusting that more, and not worrying as much about my "sitting down to write times." What I need those most for are revising, arranging book sections...and yes, sending out poems.