Posts Tagged: poems

Snake Charmer

Conversation through art between Henri Rousseau and Sylvia Plath

Snake Charmer

Conversation through art between Henri Rousseau and Sylvia Plath

Louise Glück – two poems

The Pond Night covers the pond with its wing. Under the ringed moon I can make out your face swimming among minnows and the small echoing stars. In the night air the surface of the pond is metal. _ Within,

Louise Glück – two poems

The Pond Night covers the pond with its wing. Under the ringed moon I can make out your face swimming among minnows and the small echoing stars. In the night air the surface of the pond is metal. _ Within,

Sylvia Plath – Magi

Magi The abstracts hover like dull angels: Nothing so vulgar as a nose or an eye Bossing the ethereal blanks of their face-ovals.   Their whiteness bears no relation to laundry, Snow, chalk, or suchlike. They’re The real thing, all

Sylvia Plath – Magi

Magi The abstracts hover like dull angels: Nothing so vulgar as a nose or an eye Bossing the ethereal blanks of their face-ovals.   Their whiteness bears no relation to laundry, Snow, chalk, or suchlike. They’re The real thing, all