Poem of the Day–On quitting school: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

He left school to attend Cambridge. (Written at Eighteen) FAREWELL, 1 parental scenes! a sad farewell! To you my grateful heart still fondly clings, Though fluttering round on Fancy’s burnished wings, Her tale of future joy Hope loves to tell. Adieu, adieu! ye much-loved cloisters pale! 5 Ah! would those happy days return again, When… Read More Poem of the Day–On quitting school: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Poem of the Day: Self portrait with Sylvia Plath’s Braid by Diane Seuss

For those of you who want to know more about Plath’s hair kept at Indiana University go here. Self-Portrait with Sylvia Plath’s Braid Diane Seuss Some women make a pilgrimage to visit it in the Indiana library charged to keep it safe. I didn’t drive to it; I dreamed it, the thick braid roped over… Read More Poem of the Day: Self portrait with Sylvia Plath’s Braid by Diane Seuss