Sylvia Plath Poems (121 Poems)

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    Bucolics (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Mayday: two came to field in such wise : `A daisied mead’, each said to each, So were they one; so sought they couch, Across barbed stile, through flocked brown cows. `No pitchforked farmer, please,’ she said; `May cockcrow guard … Continue reading

    Ariel (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Stasis in darkness. Then the substanceless blue Pour of tor and distances. God’s lioness, How one we grow, Pivot of heels and knees! — The furrow Splits and passes, sister to The brown arc Of the neck I cannot catch, … Continue reading

    Love Letter (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Not easy to state the change you made. If I’m alive now, then I was dead, Though, like a stone, unbothered by it, Staying put according to habit. You didn’t just tow me an inch, no– Nor leave me to … Continue reading

    Insomniac (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    The night is only a sort of carbon paper, Blueblack, with the much-poked periods of stars Letting in the light, peephole after peephole — A bonewhite light, like death, behind all things. Under the eyes of the stars and the … Continue reading

    Face Lift (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    You bring me good news from the clinic, Whipping off your silk scarf, exhibiting the tight white Mummy-cloths, smiling: I’m all right. When I was nine, a lime-green anesthetist Fed me banana-gas through a frog mask. The nauseous vault Boomed … Continue reading

    Snakecharmer (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    As the gods began one world, and man another, So the snakecharmer begins a snaky sphere With moon-eye, mouth-pipe, He pipes. Pipes green. Pipes water. Pipes water green until green waters waver With reedy lengths and necks and undulatings. And … Continue reading

    The Disquieting Muses (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Mother, mother, what ill-bred aunt Or what disfigured and unsightly Cousin did you so unwisely keep Unasked to my christening, that she Sent these ladies in her stead With heads like darning-eggs to nod And nod and nod at foot … Continue reading

    Polly’s Tree (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    A dream tree, Polly’s tree: a thicket of sticks, each speckled twig ending in a thin-paned leaf unlike any other on it or in a ghost flower flat as paper and of a color vaporish as frost-breath, more finical than … Continue reading

    Prospect (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Among orange-tile rooftops and chimney pots the fen fog slips, gray as rats, while on spotted branch of the sycamore two black rooks hunch and darkly glare, watching for night, with absinthe eye cocked on the lone, late, passer-by. (Sylvia … Continue reading

    Mushrooms (Sylvia Plath Poems)

    Overnight, very Whitely, discreetly, Very quietly Our toes, our noses Take hold on the loam, Acquire the air. Nobody sees us, Stops us, betrays us; The small grains make room. Soft fists insist on Heaving the needles, The leafy bedding, … Continue reading

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