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P&FQ - Poetry and Fascinating Quotes: Poem - "Landowners" by Sylvia Plath

Teenage Sylvia Plath’s First Tragic Poem, with a Touching Remembrance by Her Mother – Brain Pickings

I am so busy keeping my head above water that I scarcely know who I am.

I am so busy keeping my head above water that I scarcely know who I am, much less who anyone else is. -Sylvia Plath she was brilliant. another artist gone too soon.

Bed time  Fall asleep next to my mistress Top of the bed its just like Christmas Sound asleep Dreaming of treats in all their richness Legs a moving  I will get that squirrel as God is my witness    Pawsome

Bed time Fall asleep next to my mistress Top of the bed its just like Christmas Sound asleep Dreaming of treats in all their richness Legs a moving I will get that squirrel as God is my witness Pawsome

Sylvia Plath reads November Graveyard

In this poem, Sylvia talks about the cemetery in Heptonstall. She was buried there in November Graveyard The scene stands stubborn: skinflint trees Hoa.

“Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet confinement of your aloneness to learn anything or anyone that does not bring you alive is too small for you.”

David Whyte on Vulnerability, Presence, and How We Enlarge Ourselves by Surrendering to the Uncontrollable

When Leaving Becomes Arriving: Poet and Philosopher David Whyte on Ending Relationships – Brain Pickings

▶ President Michael D Higgins reads Yeats - YouTube

▶ President Michael D Higgins reads Yeats - President Michael D Higgins has expressed his great honour at becoming patron and has recorded his own reading of the poem "Prayer for my Daughter".

Colin Farrell reading W. B. Yeats' When You Are Old.

William Butler Yeats - When You Are Old - Colin Farrell.my favorite Yates poem.I cry everytime

Emily Dickinson lived 1830-1886.   In later years, Emily's habit was a white dress.  "Sudden dashes" refer to her idiosyncratic punctuation. She rarely left her family home in Amherst.  She was a recluse for the latter part of her life, hiding behind the door when she had visitors.     It's a fairly safe bet that she died a virgin.   However "I Wo...

Emily Dickinson lived In later years, Emily's habit was a white dress. She rarely left her.

The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea, In a beautiful pea-green boat, They took some honey, and plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five-pound note. The Owl looked up to the stars above, And sang to a small guitar… 'The Owl and the Pussycat' - Edward Lear

The "Love Song" that almost wasn't published, but that ignited a generation of poets and restless nights in one-night cheap hotels.

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