Poetry by Plath and my favorite poems. Being compared to Plath as a writer is an honor.
March 31st, 1888 – Imagine if you can, Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Julia Ward Howe, and Sojourner Truth along with other women organizing The National Council of Women of the U.S. which is the oldest American non-sectarian women’s organization. They must have felt excitement, pride, and a little fear. It would take from 1888 … Continue reading Women’s History Month 2017
Riding around, top down, under the sun. Your smile, your style, you could have been the one. It wasn’t love but it was fun. Laughter fades, sunlight turns to rain, look what we’ve become. Driving away, leaving me behind, it can’t be undone. Looking back now, I see clearly somehow. It wasn’t love but it … Continue reading It Was Fun
Four in the morning, radio playing that song Reminding me how everything went wrong Still I can’t seem to find any reason why I should be alone Mascara leaving black trails down my face Explain to me how we even come to this place Broke down, beaten, and tired of pain How could you leave … Continue reading This Place
Sunsets are nature’s way of letting us know our day is finished and there was beauty to be found. Did we take the time to notice all the day had to offer, or rush through the day just to get it over with? With each new sunrise, we’re given a chance to view the world … Continue reading Beauty To Be Found