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Comment 24 of 44, added on March 20th, 2012 at 6:36 PM.
I really enjoy the post.Thanks Again. Much obliged.
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Comment 23 of 44, added on March 14th, 2012 at 10:21 PM.
Wrote this last year. The emotion is even gsornter this year.‘Don’t cry
because it’s over.Smile because it happened.’– Dr. SeussShe is
already in mourningfor the morningroutine she has come to know,the friends
she ‘meets’ over coffeeand words early each daythe wayshe feels when
she reads a phraseshe might have written herselfor one she could never,
ever writeand is infinitely blessed to have read.She knowsmany will be
back,clacking blackon whitewith her right herea day or two a week
throughout the yearbut it still feels likelossfriends tossed to the four
windslives parting againpoetic fragmentsthat won’t quite fuseon empty
page.Lump in throatand heart on sleeveabout to cap her penshe brings an
astounding monthto bittersweet end.Waits for November.
Comment 22 of 44, added on March 14th, 2012 at 9:28 PM.
that you should talk to sebomody. It sounds like that’s what you want to
do but that you feel like you’re parents have dismissed you in the past
and you don’t feel comfortable trying to talk to them again. I would
probably feel the same way in your situation. If you can find sebomody like
a school counselor or teacher, another adult relative you feel comfortable
with, or even one of your friend’s parents that you can talk to, that
might be a good idea. From there you can ask them to help you, and maybe
they can help you talk to your parents and get you to a counselor or
psychiatrist; this will be easier if your parents are there to support you.
I suggest this first because counselors aren’t free. If there is nobody
else that you can talk to, then by all means see if you can get a hold of a
counselor who is willing to take some time to talk to you for a little bit
without payment and then maybe they can help you talk to your parents. Even
though counselors need to make a living, they are first and foremost there
to help you. I am glad to hear that you have never attempted suicide and I
truly hope that you never do. Please, if you feel like you want to end your
life then go to the hospital or call 911. I won’t lie and say that things
will be better right away; you might have to spend some time in the
hospital, but look at Demi Lovato and how much better she is doing after
spending time getting help. I too have been in the hospital and used to
s/h. There is no shame in asking for help, and don’t ever forget that you
are not alone. Each and every one of you on here will be in my thoughts.
Comment 21 of 44, added on March 12th, 2012 at 3:26 PM.
Ole1 gostaria de saber se teria como vc lococar o filme mas dublado.Desde
ja agradeco.Parabens pelo site..Super 10
Comment 20 of 44, added on March 8th, 2012 at 9:44 AM.
1J8h4R Muchos Gracias for your blog post. Will read on...
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Comment 19 of 44, added on March 8th, 2012 at 8:11 AM.
GRlwce I am so grateful for your blog post.Really looking forward to read
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Comment 18 of 44, added on December 31st, 2011 at 3:14 AM.
Comment 17 of 44, added on April 8th, 2011 at 5:00 PM.
Absolute genius at work here. I am always speechless and a bit breathless
when I read this, no matter how many times I reread it. I just want to
savor and revel in its beauty, and whisper to Plath how grateful I am to be
inspired by her voice.
Comment 16 of 44, added on July 16th, 2010 at 10:45 AM.
Sylvia Plath wrote the poem, "Ariel" on her 30th and last birthday.
Comment 15 of 44, added on June 26th, 2010 at 7:02 AM.
The poem Ariel shows that Sylvia Plath was a master of the metaphor.
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