Friday, September 19, 2008

Elegy For Sylvia Plath

He sees himself in animals;
terrified of the shame, he’s inflicted
me with muteness. But everyone knows
I’ve gassed his façade,
left blood on his mien.

My children know the truth
of a mother’s love:
we talk in dreams and kiss
in the rain.

Sow words sister-
that is how I escaped death.


Anastácio Soberbo said...

Hello, I like this blog.
Sorry not write more, but my English is not good.
A hug from Portugal

Lc said...

Hello from Faial Island - Azores - Portugal.

Come and meet our beautiful island in the middle of the Atlantic...

Leave me a comment, to keep in touch.

Paul Bernard said...

I don't understand all this, but the last line is a little chilling.

Poor old Sylvia. I enjoyed her Bell Jar.