Anne Sexton
Newton, Massachusetts

Poems

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91.
Gods
Ms. Sexton went out looking for the gods.
She began looking in the sky
—expecting a large white angel with a blue crotch.
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92.
That Day
This is the desk I sit at
and this is the desk where I love you too much
and this is the typewriter that sits before me
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93.
Mother And Daughter
Linda, you are leaving
your old body now,
It lies flat, an old butterfly,
all arm, all leg, all wing,
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94.
The Breast
This is the key to it.
This is the key to everything.
Preciously.
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95.
Rowing
A story, a story!
(Let it go. Let it come.)
I was stamped out like a Plymouth fender
into this world.
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96.
In Excelsis
It is half winter, half spring,
and Barbara and I are standing
confronting the ocean.
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97.
Dreaming The Breasts
Mother,
strange goddess face
above my milk home,
that delicate asylum,
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98.
To A Friend Whose Work Has Come To Triumph
Consider Icarus, pasting those sticky wintgs on,
testing that strange little tug at his shoulder blade,
and think of that first flawless moment o ...
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99.
Menstruation At Forty
I was thinking of a son.
The womb is not a clock
nor a bell tolling,
but in the eleventh month of its life
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100.
Red Roses
Tommy is three and when he's bad
his mother dances with him.
She puts on the record,
'Red Roses for a Blue Lady'
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