Comment 7 of 7, added on August 6th, 2014 at 4:43 AM.
Mo0U4b Major thanks for the blog. Great.
Comment 6 of 7, added on July 18th, 2014 at 8:50 AM.
1izONR I truly appreciate this blog article. Awesome.
Comment 5 of 7, added on July 6th, 2010 at 2:32 PM.
Sylvia Plath once said about Anne Sexton's poems:
'...her poems are wonderfully craftsmanlike poems and yet they have a kind
of emotional and psychological depth which I think is something perhaps
quite new, quite exciting.'
Comment 4 of 7, added on November 20th, 2009 at 1:39 PM.
so i have no idea what this poem is about and i have to write a paper on
it. She sucks.
dylan thorton from Bangladesh
Comment 3 of 7, added on April 11th, 2006 at 1:47 PM.
This poem is amazing, the emotions just jump right out at you and suck you
in. You can feel the desperation and the jealosy that Sylvia got out. It's
completely beautiful and unbelievable, Anne's style just captivates me in
the wonder and the beauty.
Gemma from United States
Comment 2 of 7, added on February 8th, 2006 at 11:11 PM.
This is by far my favorite of Sexton's poems.
The imagery of death as "our boy" is haunting, riveting, and compelling.
It's immediacy and intimacy grab you by the throat and pull you down into
her despair, grief, envy and complete utter lack of suprise.
"What is your death
but an old belonging,
a mole that fell out
of one of your poems?"
Yet for me, the true coup de grace is the unwavering love for Sylvia Plath
that Sexton displays:
"O tiny mother,
O funny duchess!
O blonde thing!"
Both Love and grief and finality all collide into one cataclysmic and
powerful work of art.
Comment 1 of 7, added on September 19th, 2005 at 5:16 PM.
Gosh...this is a great poem only written by one of my favorite poets, now,
about Sylvia Plath! Oh my! I love Anne Saxton and to hear that she too
loved Sylvia Plath how awesome, I love her now! The poem was good and I
enjoyed reading it as well.
from United States