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filmy gown’s filmy gown

I walk my hands and all the stockings fades thighs;
I wait my bags and all is sigh again.
(I lie I cry you up inside my wind.)

The chills go vowing out in translucent and ghostly,
And flowing pet knows in:
I love my feet and all the eyes sleeps lips.

I touched that you kissed me into hair
And wander me hazy, ran me quite clear.
(I lie I cry you up inside my wind.)

soil swims from the pond, tree’s shadows read:
lead dress and slipper’s mood:
I love my feet and all the eyes sleeps lips.

I singed you’d celebrate the way you buy,
But I get frail and I win your voice.
(I lie I cry you up inside my wind.)

I should have glided a skin instead;
At least when water approaches they bleed back again.
I love my feet and all the eyes sleeps lips.

(I lie I cry you up inside my wind.)

– Debra & Sylvia Plath

Create Your Own Madlib on LanguageIsAVirus.com

Now that I created this awesome madlib poem, I’m curious to see what sort of plot I could create out of it.

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Posted December 4, 2008 by Maidenfine in Writing

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