What does loose ends mean in a story?
Like, how loose the vagina is
The plot is the same as the usage in a novel- the story line, essentially what happens in the story as it develops. This can take many forms: Comedy, tragedy, war, science-fiction, occult, etc. the plot ties everything together. the plot resolution is how the story essentially ends or concludes- usually there is a sort of epilogue at the end to explain away loose ends.
The resolution in a short story is the part of a story in which the various crises and complications in the story are solved or worked out for good or for bad. In terms of a plot line, the resolution comes after the climax and falling action. All the loose ends of the story should be tied up in a manner that is satisfactory to the reader, although sometimes the resolution is purposely left open…
The term 'loose plot' is not a phrase that any screenwriter aims for in telling a story on film. In a film plot, however, there are 'loose ends': story elements that are not resolved 'red herrings': clues included to mislead the audience on purpose A loose plot could be a term used by a critic to describe a period drama funded to show off the scenery or the characters in costume that lacks dramatic tension…
What stage does the writer tie up loose ends and restore order to the world inhabited by the characters?
Usually this happens at the end of the story in what some call the resolution or conclusion. However the rules of story telling are keep loose on purpose to allow writers all the free they could possibly want to make stories as creative as possible. So really, this could happen anywhere in the story.
As long as it takes to know what is going to happen in the middle bit, where the plot happens, you could be writing it and then an idea suddenly comes to you that fits in perfectly with the story, and it could also tie up those loose ends, if there are any in your story, which there usually are, in any story.