"In Between the Lines"

"In Between the Lines"

A Poem by Mark

       "In Between the Lines"

Reading in between the lines, is not imagination,

That's where my muse so often dines, though not without frustration.

The literary banquet there, a poet"s rare delight,

A feast to feed a man of prose, a dinner every night.

Please pass the nouns and verbs to me, the adverbs not so much.

I do prefer the adjectives, the metaphors, and such.

A dinner of enlightenment becomes it's own reward,

An appetite, of gourmet delight, is such a smorgasbord.

© Copyright 2014 Mark Stitz

© 2014 Mark

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sometimes this kind of smorgasbord might have us asking the server, "i'm sorry but do you have any themes in the back that arent on the buffet table?

i am looking for a few symbols, some allegory, a few interjections.

scrumptious feast this poem is. it is what is between the lines that is best...that is where we pick from the menu...our own delights.

Posted 3 Years Ago


3 Years Ago

Thanks very much Jacob. Glad you enjoyed it.

jacob erin-cilberto

3 Years Ago

more than enjoyed...you are a very clever poet...

3 Years Ago

Coming from you, that's music and( poetry) to my ears. Thank you Sir!

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Added on October 31, 2014
Last Updated on October 31, 2014



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