Tonight I signed five copies for the winners of the Goodreads giveaway, and included a card/bookmark. Later this week I will take them to a mailing place I know and off they go!
In a few minutes I will work on a sonnet; I had one to submit someplace, and it's time to listen to the muse.
For those how think that a poet needs to wait for the muse, and answer when she calls, I wold say that they have been watching too many movies, only I do not know of many movies about poets, except this one, which does not really fit:
Decades ago I saw it on Cinemax and really should look for it on Netflix.
I agree with Wordsworth that "Poetry is emotion reflected in tranquility.." Since he was the only English Romantic to die at an old age, I figure he knew something. The German Romantics generally lived long lives also; I have studied them more.