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"The Moon Sails Out" by (Federico Garcia Lorca)

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April 1937 : Poetry Magazine. Federico Garcia Lorca

In April of some of Federico's work was published in a poetry magazine.

An Absent Soul by Federico Garcia Lorca

An Absent Soul by Federico Garcia Lorca. He takes your breath.

Federico Garcia Lorca, "Sonnet of the Sweet Complaint"

Federico Garcia Lorca, "Sonnet of the Sweet Complaint"

Margaret Atwood....One of my favs!

sex and the city quote Agreed! Late August ~ Margaret Atwood So true!

The Naming of Cats - T. Eliot -- I love the musical "Cats". Tap the link for an awesome selection cat and kitten products for your feline companion!

Virginia Woolf’s Letter to a Young Poet

Handwritten note from Virginia Woolf to her nephew Julian. This is the year since her words stopped.

In this poem a person has a great night with an amazing person and they have a wild night together and they want it to be their luxury.

My favorite Emily Dickinson poem- featured in our wedding.

For Archeologists by Margaret Atwood | Poetry Magazine

For Archeologists by Margaret Atwood

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Lines from Anne Sexton’s poem, The Black Art - the epigraph for Helen Vitoria’s book, Corn Exchange (currently reading.

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Dark Places, Long Dresses, Scarlet, Presents, Poetry, Maxi Gowns, Long Gowns, Favors, Gifts

Soliloquy of the Solipsist by Sylvia Plath

Soliloquy of the Solipsist by Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath’s High School Graduation Song, 1950: An early typescript poem composed as song lyrics by an 18-year-old Plath, to be sung at commencement by her class as they graduated from Wellesley High School on June 7, 1950, in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Sylvia Plath’s High School Graduation Song, An early typescript poem composed as song lyrics by an Plath, to be sung at commencement by her class as they graduated from Wellesley High School on June in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Sylvia Plath's papers

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"Some Trees" - John Ashbery

"Some Trees" - John Ashbery

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