“I Remember Your Dream” / Memorable Fancies #1186

[“Do you remember my dream?” – Sylvia Plath]

     “I know what you dreamed,” she said, “from all that thrashing and mumbling,” and she proceeded to tell me what I’d dreamed, in detail. But I said no, that wasn’t it at all; and it actually wasn’t. But she said, “now you are repressing, trying to discredit me. I am disappointed that you would want to do that. Why would you want to do that to me?” She went on at some length.

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