Quotation by Sylvia Plath

The villagers are untying their disguises, they are shaking hands.
Whose is that long white box in the grove, what have they
accomplished, why am I cold?
Sylvia Plath (1932–1963), U.S. poet. The Bee Meeting (l. 54–56). . .

The Collected Poems [Sylvia Plath]. Ted Hughes, ed. (1981) HarperCollins.
Surprise me with a
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