Nevertheless what hurts her the most is not the fact that she has to conceal the forbidden feeling. AJ Sterkel 9 January at Plath's trauma concerning her father's early death and the shadow this cast over her own life and relationships with men is well-documented and also makes an early appearance here. Sylvia wished that she would eventually overcome her depression and grow out of the despair she was living in. It now consists out of two refrains and two repeating rhymes. The stars go waltzing out in blue and red, And arbitrary blackness gallops in: The poem ends with the familiar repetitions used throughout, as if to prod at the idea that the person this poem is directed to never actually existed.
Kinsley. it would be my pleasure to spice up your routine or to simply help you relax and unwind. i love nothing more than to spoil you with my undivided attention and naturally affectionate character for as long or as short a time as we are together. let's laugh lots, eat at the best restaurants, drink the best wine and succumb to our natural desires.
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Mad Girl’s Love Song by Sylvia Plath