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Enslaved to my own Mind.

For anyone struggling day to day and feel that no one understands or you don’t understand depression, have a read. via Me, Myself and Depression.

RABBIT SEASON – Paul Christellis

The blurb informs us Rabbit Season is the book Sylvia Plath and Hunter S Thompson would have written if they had collaborated on a novel about a young South African obsessed with Bugs Bunny. 229 more words

BOOK REVIEWS

Letters, volume 1

Volume one of the Letters of Sylvia Plath has just been released by HarperCollins Publishers, an undertaking that The Guardian calls “tangled,” “fraught,” and “newsworthy.” This volume covers the period up to Plath’s marriage to Ted Hughes; a second volume is due next autumn. 31 more words

Poetry

Sylvia Plath

Sometimes there is a poet who, due to circumstance, suddenly resonates with you in a way they didn’t before…

“And here you come, with a cup of tea… 16 more words

Poetry

I am, I am, I am


“I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.” – Sylvia Plath
 Pic By – Merlin Francis… 9 more words

Merlin Francis

Mad Mother/Bad Mother Part Three

O Mother, Where Art Thou?

With such trashy treatment at the hands of our employers, who are refusing to cover birth control while covering fucking boner pills, crippling our abilities to care for our families, both through undercompensation AND time with our offspring, and still expecting us to work 50+ hour weeks and be grateful for it, is it any wonder women are desperately trying to find alternative sources of income? 1,128 more words

Ruminations