Anne Sexton

(9 November 1928 – 4 October 1974 / Newton, Massachusetts)

Anne Sexton Poems

161. Cripples and Other Stories 7/11/2006
162. Courage 7/11/2006
163. Consorting with Angels 7/11/2006
164. Cockroach 7/11/2006
165. Clothes 7/11/2006
166. Cinderella 7/11/2006
167. Cigarettes And Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women 7/11/2006
168. Christmas Eve 6/27/2006
169. Buying the Whore 6/27/2006
170. Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) 6/27/2006
171. Bat 6/27/2006
172. Barefoot 6/27/2006
173. Baby Picture 6/27/2006
174. August 8th 6/27/2006
175. August 17th 6/27/2006
176. As It Was Written 6/27/2006
177. Anna Who Was Mad 6/27/2006
178. Angels of the Love Affair 6/27/2006
179. And One For My Dame 6/27/2006
180. An Obsessive Combination Of Onotological Inscape, Trickery And Love 6/27/2006

Music Swims Back to Me

Wait Mister. Which way is home?
They turned the light out
and the dark is moving in the corner.
There are no sign posts in this room,
four ladies, over eighty,
in diapers every one of them.
La la la, Oh music swims back to me
and I can feel the tune they played
the night they left me

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