Famous Writers on Love
The woman flashed her a sharp look. “Yes, my dear,” she said dryly, “but remember you pay for it. You pay for it all in the end.”
- Sylvia Plath, “Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom: A Story”
There’s nothing more calming than celebrating the mundane and ordinary
Reading the bell jar to have something to relate to while my own mental health has plummeted
tw: themes of death & suicide.
this poem is a bit too on the nose. i had posted it years ago & deleted it & now it’s back. hooray! be careful when reading it, remind yourself that you’re deserve a long and happy life￼. we deserve to be delighted.
we’ve all had those moments, days, months, or years when we are so overwhelmed & or underwhelmed we can’t see the future. i am here to tell you to choose yourself & choose life. we are the best thing in the world& the things that have mad you want to die don’t deserve your death, capiche?
You are a walking miracle, we are walking miracles, we are glorious.
sylvia plath’s account of the night she met her future husband and love of her life, ted hughes circa february 25th, 1956.
Sylvia Plath Reading A Birthday Present
Florence+The Machine- Kiss With a Fist // Sylvia Plath- Fever 103° // The Front Bottoms- Twin Size Mattress // unknown // Florence + The Machine- Only If For a Night
Immagino che sarò sempre molto vulnerabile,
lievemente paranoica. Ma sono anche maledettamente
robusta e resistente. E felice come una pasqua.
“ Sadece içimde susmak istemeyen bir ses olduğu için yazıyorum. ”
“let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences. ”
sylvia plath, the unabridged journals of sylvia plath.
perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously close to wanting nothing.
“i took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. i am, i am, i am.”
sylvia plath, the bell jar.