Sylvia Plath Poems on Woman (15 Poems)

A Life (Sylvia Plath Poems)

Touch it: it won't shrink like an eyeball, This egg-shaped bailiwick, clear as a tear. Here's yesterday, last year --- ...

Gigolo (Sylvia Plath Poems)

Pocket watch, I tick well. The streets are lizardly crevices Sheer-sided, with holes where to hide. It is best to ...

Mirror (Sylvia Plath Poems)

I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted ...

Stings (Sylvia Plath Poems)

Bare-handed, I hand the combs. The man in white smiles, bare-handed, Our cheesecloth gauntlets neat and sweet, The throats of ...

Berck-Plage (Sylvia Plath Poems)

(1) This is the sea, then, this great abeyance. How the sun's poultice draws on my inflammation. Electrifyingly-colored sherbets, scooped ...

Edge (Sylvia Plath Poems)

The woman is perfected Her dead Body wears the smile of accomplishment, The illusion of a Greek necessity Flows in ...

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