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Sources: Sylvia Path quote via creatingaquietmind from larmoyante. Image: Crescentmoon
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This haunts me..
I agree. Loved it too.
The sad thing is that if Sylvia Plath had thought “I am myself, and that ‘is’ enough”, she might not have committed suicide.
Yes. Therein lies the point Sarah. You nailed it.
I have read so much of Sylvia Plath’s poetry – thought provoking stuff.
Yes. A shame as to the outcome.
It is so sad when people do not realize they have value and allow that to be enough.
Agree Tina. Thinking and believing that “you are enough.” Easily said. Not easily done.
Apropos image for such a troubled young woman.
Thought so too Rick. Thanks.
I read somewhere that “suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.” Very sad.
Have never heard that quote Joyce but so true (and very sad).
Thank you David. I just added Sylvia Plath’s Ariel to my library. She was a wonderful poet.
Hi Ivon. Yes, she was…thanks.
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