Poem of the Day Series, Reading

Poem of the Day: Sylvia Plath

  JUVENILIA   Arranged in sheets of ice, the fond         skeleton still craves to have fever from the world behind. Hands reach back to relics of         nippled moons, extinct and cold, frozen in designs of love. At twelve, each skull is aureoled         with recollection’s ticking thorns winding up the raveled mold. Needles nag like unicorns,… Read More Poem of the Day: Sylvia Plath

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Blog, Craft (Writing Tips), My Poems

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  Hello all! It’s been a while again, I know. I’ve been missing writing in the worse way but otherwise wrapped up in my new job, writing a new bio: McKenzie lives and writes in South Bend, where she works at Indiana University, etc. It’s been a blast, but I’ve only been writing what I… Read More big poem, small poem / new poem sure / longer poem, brighter poem / birds birds birds

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