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Ephemeral Art

Ephemeral ArtDying is an art, like everything else. I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess

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Ephemeral Art

Dying is an art, like everything else. I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess you could say I've a call.

- Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)

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Ephemeral Art

Inspired by Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)'s quote, "Dying is an art, like everything else. I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess you could say I've a call.". The titled responsion is...

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Sylvia Plath was a poet, novelist, and short-story writer. She studied at Smith College and Newnham College at the University of Cambridge before receiving acclaim as a poet and writer.
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Sylvia Plath

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