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JaneScayre: On page 188 of 234 of The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath

EarthwormJimHQ: "Few books which professedly deal in metaphysics, or claim the parentage of the muses, contain as much true philosophy and as much genuine poetry as the tale of Earthworm Jim's origin expedition in TenNapel's EARTHWORM JIM: LAUNCH THE COW." ~Sylvia Plath

CaptivHistory: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes meet history thisdayinhistory

aih_fori2: There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them. ~Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

coornfelt: I could do it. I could get in an oven and die. I could go out Sylvia Plath style. I could it and no sausage roll nothing would be able to stop me.

JaneScayre: 5 of 5 stars to The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

CulledCulture: Tove Lo Gets Semi-Better Results From Sticking Her Head in the Oven Than Sylvia Plath in “Sweettalk My Heart” Video:

ari_shapiro: “Remember, remember, this is now, and now, and now. Live it, feel it, cling to it. I want to become acutely aware of all I’ve taken for granted.” -Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)

anushaiswrite: 2019 READING LIST. 1. 20000 Leagues Under The Sea - Jules Verne 2. Hateship, loveship, friendship - Alice Munro 3. Marie Ventura and the Eighth Kingdom - Sylvia Plath 4. Bridget Jones Diary - Helen Fielding 5. Salt & Sawdust, Stories & Table Talk - R.K. Narayan (1/2)

kirbyhilde: Listen Karen, we don't need any of your shit alright? Take your boxed wine and your Sylvia Plath book and go somewhere else.

happytribe: “August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.” ― Sylvia Plath Born today, in fact, I feel a very strong compulsion to buy school supplies ' '

gh0stauth0r: [Grinds teeth] I can hear Sylvia Plath scratching new compositions out of old words... 'Remember, Lenny, you owe me something, all the quality writers in the school gym...'

Bellazie: I can stay awake all night, if need be - cold as an eel, without eyelids. Like a dead lake the dark envelops me. - Sylvia Plath

gh0stauth0r: Sylvia Plath wails at the constant forgetting in the words... "I tried to pretend I didn't realize Lenny's place had been air-conditioned until I wavered out on to Lenny's left earlobe with her teeth..."

TimeOutTheatre: Review: The Bed, Little Angel, is an extremely enchanting show for babies and toddlers that's adapted from a Sylvia Plath poem (but not one of those Sylvia Plath poems)

Little_Lady11: On page 30 of 64 of Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom, by Sylvia Plath

BBCRadio4: "Black village of gravestones The hill's collapsed skull Whose dreams die back Where they were born." Walking through Heptonstall - the childhood home of Ted Hughes and the burial place of Sylvia Plath.

EarthwormJimHQ: "Few books which professedly deal in metaphysics, or claim the parentage of the muses, contain as much true philosophy and as much genuine poetry as the tale of Earthworm Jim's origin expedition in TenNapel's EARTHWORM JIM: LAUNCH THE COW." ~Sylvia Plath

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mercedes_aguirr: Sylvia Plath’s fair copy of Ariel, dedicated to Alvarez, is held at the BL

mothmanic_: nobody: sylvia plath: “dying/is an art, like everything else/i do it exceptionally well...” me:

VLynnHawkins: “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” - Sylvia Plath Positive Impact Makers Show. Find out more at http:

ladylazarusliv: It is the first day of Autumn, and so with that I give you...Frog Autumn by Sylvia Plath (1958).

TelegraphBooks: Al Alvarez has died, at the age of 90. In this interview from the Telegraph archives, the author and critic spoke about his memories of Sylvia Plath and his love of outdoor swimming

DJAlicia_: “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” Sylvia Plath

Garp888: “Opinions are like Orgasms, mine matters most and I really don’t care if you have one” Sylvia Plath would have liked twitter.

johncleats: "There's nothing like puking with somebody to make you into old friends." - Sylvia Plath

gh0stauth0r: Sylvia Plath's words stream through the sea of spirits beyond... "'How about it, Doreen?' the man ordered drinks for the occasion—everybody would think I must be the worst thing in the world..."

GeorgeW78246413: Sylvia Plath loved Edward Hughes, but it became an unrequited love in the end, and she died of great sorrow.

ciara_colvin: I love Sylvia Plath so damn much

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Sunset
 by Don Marquis

I stood among the boats
The sinking sun, the angry sun,
Across the sullen wave
Laid the sudden strength of his red wrath
Like to a shaken glaive:-
Or did the sun pause in the west
To lift a sword at me,
Or was it she, or was it she,
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