As the Plot Develops, a Poem

Keeping the readers on the edge of their seats, guessing at what happens next, translated…

The Taste of Moonlight


Somewhat, Sour

Because Tonight

That Beautiful Feeling We’d Experienced Together

Had Been, Pickled by the Moonlight

And Our Sizes Seemed to

Have, Increased

To New Heights. Or………


We’re, Gobbled Up, by This

Taste of Love in the Evening of Spring

Already, Knew the Results, the Results, of Our

Never-Ending Pride

It’d, Definitely, a Scab

Itching, and Hurting, Underneath Our Arms

But, I’d Heard, that the Wings will, Come Out of

The Sand and Stone, to Fix, to Give Us a Cure


How can This Be, a Stem of Grass

Can Manage to Bud, in the Midst of

Our Hair Strands.———

This, is Where

That Optimism from Time are Located

Flipping and Tearing Off the Pages No and Besides

The Dramas like the Rolling Waves. So Tonight

We’re Beautiful

Because, We Found that the Taste of the Moonlight was

A Bit, Sour.

So, this, is very descriptive, of what’s happening, the poet didn’t tell us what exactly is happening, but, from reading this, we can tell, that something’s brewing, but because the poet didn’t tell us exactly what it is that’s brewing, we have, NO way of knowing, or maybe, the poet is allowing the readers, to reach their own conclusions about what s/he is writing about…


2 thoughts on “As the Plot Develops, a Poem

  1. Hey there just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
    The text in your post seem to be running off the screen in Chrome.

    I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do
    with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know.
    The design look great though! Hope you get the issue solved soon. Cheers

    • You probably need to adjust your internet settings, as I had received complaints about that, but I’m not having this issue at all, so I’m thinking, that you may need to adjust your internet settings.

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