On 28 January 1963 Sylvia Plath was hard at work. On that day she completed her "Landscape of Childhood" (later titled "Ocean 1212-W"). She may have also recently completed "Snow Blitz" and was hard at work on poems. She revised the ending of "Sheep in Fog" first composed about eight weeks earlier, and then wrote "The Munich Mannequins", "Totem", and "Child". Did you know that "Child" was once featured at a "Poems on the Underground" in London? The program started in 1986. In addition to being readable on the Tube, once upon a time, posters were sold for these, too.