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December 22, 2007



Fear of impotence would be the simple interpretation, if not for the fact that the salesman ("bald" and "flaccid") also wields such power. I'll guess he blends representations of impotence and celibacy. There is some exploration in the dreamer's subconscious for a way of power that does not derive from the sexual. There is no overt escape or answer -- layers of locked doors -- but the self-castration crudely resolves the matter, for the time being.

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