Two Readers Reading
Ariel was the second of Sylvia Plath’s poetry collections to be published, although only posthumously in 1965.
It is quite a dark and vicious body of work, which is believed by many to chart her mental decline. 97 more words
I’m caressed by the scars of shame,
Clad in the wounds of pain;
The blood stains mask my face
On this cracked mirror of self-hate… 77 more words
1 week, 6 days
There are no Hollywood endings.
No one loves me.
The world moves along without me.
They left me in the past.
I sit here as they all go by. 89 more words
3 weeks, 4 days
Sink my sorrows on a blank page,
Write the traces of my tears away;
Don’t let pain decide my fate,
Pick up the pieces as my heart breaks. 80 more words
Trying to breathe in a sunken ship,
We end up coughing hurt and tears;
Far apart we slowly drift,
Our hearts break for our end just nears. 149 more words
Darkness creeps into my mind
With depression lurking in its touch,
Feel the sorrow heaped in the tears I cry,
Feel it as it tears me apart; 198 more words
1 month, 1 week
A Darker Side of Normal
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Chains have indented my ankles from clamping forever
And yet it seems like yesterday I saw my freedom
Yet it was only a drink of water, a moment of courtesy… 224 more words
1 month, 2 weeks