Mad Girls Love Song PLATh - Julian Neri Mrs Drugge AP English 12 Mad Girls Love Song by Sylvia Plath In Mad Girls Love Song Plath describes how she must

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Julian Neri Mrs. Drugge AP English 12 2/27/08 “Mad Girl’s Love Song” by Sylvia Plath In “Mad Girl’s Love Song”, Plath describes how she must be insane. The villanelle form provides a solid ground for repetition and crescendo. Plath introduces a feeling of depression and insanity very early in the poem. She thinks about her relationship and says it is so good she cannot believe it is real. Plath says that she shuts her eyes and “all the world drops dead/[She] lifts her lids and all is born again.”, to demonstrate how easy it is to destroy the world, or commit suicide. In the third stanza, Plath longs for his touch and dreams of being with him someday, showing that what she wants is not in her possession. Time progresses even further until the fifth stanza, where she admitted that she forgets his name which shows some kind of deterioration of mental health. The narrator

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