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Spinster Analysis

Author: poem of Sylvia Plath Type: poem Views: 21

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Now this particular girl

During a ceremonious april walk

With her latest suitor

Found herself, of a sudden, intolerably struck

By the birds' irregular babel

And the leaves' litter.

By this tumult afflicted, she

Observed her lover's gestures unbalance the air,

His gait stray uneven

Through a rank wilderness of fern and flower;

She judged petals in disarray,

The whole season, sloven.

How she longed for winter then! --

Scrupulously austere in its order

Of white and black

Ice and rock; each sentiment within border,

And heart's frosty discipline

Exact as a snowflake.

But here -- a burgeoning

Unruly enough to pitch her five queenly wits

Into vulgar motley --

A treason not to be borne; let idiots

Reel giddy in bedlam spring:

She withdrew neatly.

And round her house she set

Such a barricade of barb and check

Against mutinous weather

As no mere insurgent man could hope to break

With curse, fist, threat

Or love, either.


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Mar22 This is amazing, last week after jioning in on an ask agent on Twitter I came away a little less than encouraged. In fact one of my blogs last week was called Self Doubt you are bad so this came in handy and a cheer me up'! Thanks x x

| Posted on 2013-11-17 | by a guest

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Hi Petronela,You go for it and brace yourself for all the twtiss and turns you will experience in the topsy turvy world of writing and getting published.I have much respect for anybody who pursues their writing dream and visualises that dream becoming a published reality.I write for therapy and only to share interaction with those who are kind enough to read my musings.Wishing you much success and happiness with this exciting venture. You are realistic and that's half the battle.Your starstruck fan, Gary :)

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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Hi Petronela,I understand how you feel. I'm trnyig to get together a portfolio of my art. Figuring out which ones to use As I have a few dozen. Then find out which galleries would be best, and like prepare for rejection. Remember though it's not always because they don't like the art or stories but they are int he market to show and sell art that they think will sell. Just as publishers need to understand if your stories have will attract enough readers. But if you don't try then we have no chance of success.For me I read that its best if my art was shown or if I won any awards, so it's kind of a catch 22. Should I wait for spring and get a table for an art street fair? Get a place at Pike Market? Should I find a art consultant or manager like singers and actors do. Of course I'm afraid, and realistic, I'm also excited at the potential of becoming successful. Good luck! We can be each others cheer leaders (; x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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Oh those East Coast girls got nothing on you! They're all buottned up over there and wear too much black =)It's better to bloom late than never at all or too early and then sit on your thumbs the rest of your life. They might have the river, but you have the ocean. xoxo

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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I can see we are going to have to work on your aversion to petory, AS. I don't read a lot of petory, but there are a handful of poems without which my life would be diminished. One of these is a poem I always pull out to reread at this time of year (being footy finals time): Bruce Dawes' Life Cycle . You probably have heard or read it. It is very Melbourne/Victorian.I can't believe I can't find this on the net. Probably something to do with that old-fashioned idea called copyright.But seriously, for someone who obviously loves words, you are probably missing out on a lot of pleasure by not persevering a bit to find (a) poet(s) to your taste.

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest

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