Sylvia Plath

Love is a shadow.
How you lie and cry after it
Listen: these are its hooves: it has gone off, like a horse, Elm

A Better Resurrection
A Birthday Present
Above the Oxbow
Admonition
Aftermath
Alicante Lullaby
All Appearance
All the Dead Dears
Among the Narcissi
Apprehensions
April 18
April Aubade
Aquatic Nocturne
Ariel
Balloons
Barren Woman
Berck - Plage
Bitter Strawberries
Black Pine Tree in an Orange Light
Black Rook in Rainy Weather
Blackberrying
Blue Moles
Bluebeard
Brasilia
Bucolics
Burning the Letters
By Candlelight
Candles
Channel Crossing
Child
Childless Woman
Child's Park Stones
Cinderella
Circus in Three Rings
Contusion
Conversation Among the Ruins
Crossing the Water
Crystal Gazer
Cut
Daddy
Dark House
Dark Wood, Dark Water
Death & Co.
Denouement
Departure
Dialogue Between Ghost and Priest
Dirge for a Joker
Doom of Exiles
Doomsday
Electra on Azalea Path
Elm
Event
Face Lift
Family Reunion
Faun
Female Author
Fever 103
Fiesta Melons
Finisterre
Firesong
Flute Notes from a Reedy Pond
For a Fatherless Son
Frog Autumn
Full Fathom Five
Getting There
Gigolo
Gold Mouths Cry
Gulliver
Hardcastle Crags
Heavy Woman
I Am Vertical
Incommunicado
Insomniac
Kindness
Lady Lazarus
Lament
Lesbos
Lorelei
Love Is A Parallax
Man In Black
Medallion
Morning Song
Ouija
Owl
Prologue To Spring
Spider
The Applicant
The Arrival of the Bee Box
The Babysitters
The Beast
The Bee Meeting
The Beekeeper's Daughter
The Bull of Bendylaw
The Burnt-out Spa
The Colossus
The Companionable Ills
The Couriers
The Dead
The Death of Myth-Making
The Disquieting Muses
The Everlasting Monday
The Eye-Mote
The Fearful
The Ghost's Leavetaking
The Glutton
The Goatsucker
The Goring
The Great Carbuncle
The Lady And The Earthenware Head
The Rabbit Catcher
The Snowman On The Moor
To A Jilted Lover
To Eva Descending the Stair
Waking In Winter
Whitsun
Who
Widow
Witch Burning
Yadwigha, On A Red Couch, Among Lillies


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