Sylvia stories, books, poems, and more

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Sylvia discovers her power through a pretty gruesome accident. What is going on? Read More

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"Sylvia" is from my collection, Shout You Killed One Man, Shout You Killed Two. Read More
A short story of 823 words inspired by The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath. It is a tale of a young girl's loneliness as she attempts to face the world on her own. Read More
Sylvia examines her latest role Read More
Sylvia is waiting for her day of opportunity to come; will it be today? Read More

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My entry for AnyaLovesHerPeterPan's contest. Read More
When Victoria (Tori) Saunders boarded Flight 37 with her siblings, she expected to awaken in the sunny Caribbean but instead finds herself stranded on a forgien island with a band of strangers. Almost as sudden as the plane crash, she also finds herself taking charge and helping her fellow survivors… Read More
Inspired by the writing style of Slyvia Plath. Read More

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How I feel about the indelible Mrs Hughes (nee Plath). She is my goddess and muse. Read More
An essay on themes and styles in Sylvia Plath's 'The Bell Jar.' Written for my 365 day challenge and HELA class. Read More
A poem by Sylvia of "Eternal Dreamer" Read More

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Cassie, a 14 year old girl, is forced to move in with her aunt Sylvia for the summer. Read More
This poem is slightly based off of Sylvia Plath's book "The Bell Jar" which is actually one of my personal favorites. The poem is my interpretation of whats going on in my life, using her figure of the bell jar as a substitute for depression. The end may mislead you… Read More

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Horrific memories flooded my head, a constant tidal wave. Total destruction. How hard had i battled to get rid of them? Too hard maybe. But all those years of pain and terror, they could never leave me. They were glued to my brain, a constant thumping in the back of… Read More
My opinion of CInderella by Sylvia Plath. Read More
This is a Shakespearean Sonnet I wrote for a poetry class Fall Quarter this year. It is a response to a poem by Sylvia Plath, "The Moon and the Yew Tree," which is one of my favorites. The rhyme scheme is strict but I have taken a little liberty with… Read More
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