Medusa Sylvia Plath

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‘Medusa’ (originally had ‘Mum’ in the title) focuses on the relationship with the persona’s mother. It can be seen as a companion poem to ‘Daddy’ - written shortly before - and explores a similar theme – freeing the self from the (powerful, smothering) parent.

|Sylvia Plath - Medusa | | | | | |Off that landspit of stony mouth-plugs, | |Eyes rolled by white sticks, | |Ears cupping the sea's incoherences, | |You house your unnerving head -- God-ball, | |Lens of mercies, | |Your stooges | |Plying their wild cells in my keel's shadow,...
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