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Follow the poem’s dictation

Last time I cut out a page from a book was from Bukowski, don’t worry, I framed it. This is the second time, when the cut-out page formed into a box. I simply did what the poet asked. There is something about “dictate” —

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The stored rage

Alice Miller’s always challenging the authority. In terms of psychoanalysis, she challenges Freud’s analysis where he attributes patients’ painful memories to their fantasy, sex drive, rather than something that might really happened. Without an Enlightened Witness (Alice Miller’s words), the patient might get confused even more, dare not to confirm the real pain that his or her body tried to tell. Alice Miller wrote about Virginia Woolf