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Analysis and comments on In Plaster by Sylvia Plath

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of life;full of you. I will try to love you tomorrow.The promise of every
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my heart to seek you out, drives my stepsand brings me to you. This day.
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Comment 29 of 86, added on January 7th, 2013 at 8:33 AM.
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(written in the throes of ininomsa)The World Without Sleep Would Bea glare
around the edges—the sun’s eclipsed coronaunsafe for bare-eye
viewingbut through a paper pinholea non-stop redeye flightforever
airbornewith watered down drinksand stale salted pretzelsan otherworldly
shade of greenthat spreads and spreadsand screams anything
butphotosynthesisthat cloying hotel soap smellapproximating rosesthe way
old ladies’ powderapproximates lilacsthe taste of coffee-gone-coldafter
too long on the hot platerewarmed a second timein the microwavea weathered
strip of duck tapeworn down by heat and coldrain and wind to only itsmummy
linen threadsthe reflection inan antique mirrorun-silvering beneath
itswarbling glass distortiona croupy coughan asthmatic wheezea ventilator
breatha sucking death rattlea world without sleep would
benon-semioticun-metaphoricanti-allegoricnon-poetica world unawakea world
without restwithout dreams

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Information about In Plaster

Poet: Sylvia Plath
Poem: In Plaster
Volume: The Collected Poems
Year: 1961
Added: Feb 20 2003
Viewed: 1986 times
Poem of the Day: Apr 4 2004


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