Tag Archives: Ted Hughes

A Parliament of Crows

Myths and tales of crows are as old as language. For thousands of years they have been feared, revered and seen as portents of good and bad luck. In Greek mythology, the once white crow is turned dark by Apollo’s … Continue reading

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Last Letter

Via night rpm, Ted Hughes’ poem about the night of Plath’s suicide. “Last Letter” by Ted Hughes What happened that night? Your final night. Double, treble exposure Over everything. Late afternoon, Friday, My last sight of you alive. Burning your letter to … Continue reading

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