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Comment 1 of 6, added on November 6th, 2008 at 8:10 PM.
Wow. To take something as small as an earthworm and contemplate it in the
way that she does is quite simply poetry. Is it true or untrue that if you
like a poem or a bulk of a poet's work that's not to say that you would or
would have liked them as a person, right? I just recently heard that
Sexton molested one of her children (correct me if I'm wrong). I got a
little weirded out when I heard this b/c I didn't project that onto the
poems I've read of hers. Sure, they're sensual but let's keep that within
boundaries. Clearly she has a talent for creating dark and interesting
images with so much depth. She makes me see and think. It's too bad she
suffered the way that she did.
Lorraine Ramirez from United States