Sharon Olds Poems (17 Poems)

1954 (Sharon Olds Poems)

Then dirt scared me, because of the dirt he had put on her face. And her training bra scared me-the ...

The Unborn (Sharon Olds Poems)

Sometimes I can almost see, around our heads, Like gnats around a streetlight in summer, The children we could have, ...

The Pact (Sharon Olds Poems)

We played dolls in that house where Father staggered with the Thanksgiving knife, where Mother wept at noon into her ...

Crab (Sharon Olds Poems)

When I eat crab, slide the rosy rubbery claw across my tongue I think of my mother. She'd drive down ...

The End (Sharon Olds Poems)

We decided to have the abortion, became killers together. The period that came changed nothing. They were dead, that young ...

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