Comments about Sylvia Plath
Letters_Of_Note: "I have been exposed to the handsomest, most creative and intelligent man in Cambridge...I see the power and voice in him that will shake the world alive. Ted had written many virile, deep, banging poems..." ~Sylvia Plath on Ted Hughes to her mother, 1956
Letters_Of_Note: "...We love the flesh of the earth & the spirit of that thin, exacting air which blows beyond the farthest planets. All is learning, discovering, & speaking in a strong voice out of the heart of sorrow & joy...I have never had so much love to give before." ~Sylvia Plath, 1956
helmutbitch: can u link some poems or articles on female rage?? or if u can add to the thread of articles —
swagenberg22: 24/7 Sylvia Plath
cnedw: Watched a full documentary about Sylvia Plath while doing data entry at work today I'm fiiiiiiiiiine y'all
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
newmoodwho: “August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.”
KrickNicole: I would truly loose my mind if I didn’t write poetry... this ache and pain I feel in my heart is so heavy. This is a true shoutout to Sylvia Plath for teaching me and showing me how to write about anything and so it so well.
Alex00762690: Now I resemble a sort of god
Floating through the air in my soul-shift
Pure as a pane of ice. It's a gift.
© Alicja Brodowicz
literatureluxe: everything she said was like a secret voice speaking straight out of my own bones.
sylvia plath, ‘the bell jar’
BettyParCiParLa: Sylvia Plath ♥️
Wattpad_ID: “So much working, reading, thinking, living to do! A lifetime is not long enough.”
― Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
micaela_poetry: can we take a moment to imagine Sylvia Plath’s twitter
Lifeis_________: Sylvia Plath.
HIALibraries: “August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.” ― Sylvia Plath
Stratheon: I spiral back to me, sitting here, swimming, drowning, sick with longing.
- Sylvia Plath
MsOneWorld4Me: August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.
sinclairdootson: Reading Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar (1963) for the first time and delighted to see this pop up:
NewPopLit: Sylvia Plath WILL BE at the center of my next podcast, but I'll focus on her poetry.
talmahdii: “God, the years, the years.
I can count them now in two's and three's. Where have they gone so fast? Eaten by the raw swollen wind of time” - Sylvia Plath
talmahdii: "Suddenly I wonder, where is the girl I was last year? Two years ago? What would she think of me now?" —Sylvia Plath
talmahdii: "Cheers for spring; for life; for a growing soul."
talmahdii: "Rain and nip of autumn in air; nostalgia, itch to work better and bigger. That crisp edge of Autumn." -Sylvia Plath
eatartdaily: Speaking of which 24/7 Sylvia Plath is so iconic I need a nightgown or at the very least a kimono to be sad in the privacy of my own home
talmahdii: "I am still so naïve; I know pretty much what I like and dislike; but please, don’t ask me who I am. A passionate, fragmentary girl, maybe?" Sylvia Plath
stephen_james: Hobbies include listening to The Smiths, reading Sylvia Plath, and crying
shannonwc: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes once lived here: 9 Willow Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
RealEmirHan: Sylvia Plath,
feeding a deer in 1959.
Photo was taken by her husband, the poet Ted Hughes.
talmahdii: I miss reading sylvia plath
bustedhoney: They're playing hope/sylvia plath