I admit, when I saw this poem at first glance, I thought it was a poem on a haunted house. Every stanza of this work feels like the beginning of a story. All of the stanzas feel disconnected from each other, but not in a bad way. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel as if the title is referring to how none of the various situations mentioned in this poem have happened "yet," but are going to eventually, for better or for worse.
Wow, @AvantCoffee! What an amazing poem! You are, clearly, very good at poetry. However, there's always room for improvement.How about we get right into it, shall we?I am going to start off with a positive thought; the layout. This is probably one of the best poetry layouts I have ever seen. It adds appropriate pauses, and makes the poem overall just look nice.One thing that I do not understand was what the poem was about. It kind of bounces from topic to topic over and over again. If this can be explained, please do. Kind of like my previous paragraph, the title and the poem don't really go together. Maybe it's just because I did not understand the poem. To be honest, I'm not sure.This is just a question, but is the title ment to go with the description? Is it ment to be together, like "yet a more minimal poem"? Also, I noticed that neither the title or the description have any capital letters.Overall a great poem. I hope I wasn't too harsh or nitpicky about it. I can't wait to see more of your literary work in the future and, as always, keep writing!~@SuperOriginalName
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