They sparkled like never before

Watercolor drawing

All the drawings you left in pencil
sparkled like never before,
tonight.

Colors not yours
now dance madly
In the silent chasms
of eyes
never born.

The drip of your soul
from the toothless mouth
of a tiny sink
awakened me
from a coral dream.

The grayness of the sky
parries again,
this morning,
behind the blackened splashes
You abandoned,
As silent breaths.


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A brief note on Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams

Sigmund Freud‘s (1856 – 1939) groundbreaking work on dream interpretation profoundly impacted various fields such as philosophy, art, and literature. Freud believed dreams were a window into the unconscious mind, revealing hidden desires, fears, and conflicts. This idea has revolutionized the way people understand themselves and their motivations.

In philosophy, Freud’s theories on dreams challenged traditional views on consciousness and the human psyche. Philosophers began to explore the implications of the unconscious mind on our thoughts and behaviors. Artists and writers have been inspired by Freud’s work, using dream imagery to explore deeper meanings and emotions in their work. Surrealist artists, for example, embraced tapping into the unconscious mind to create innovative and thought-provoking pieces.

Sigmund Freud's Interpretation of Dreams. Through decoding in the psychoanalytic context of latent content, dreams provide access to unconscious desires and a better understanding of daily life behaviors. They have always fascinated mankind, both because of the bizarreness of the manifest content and because they were often believed to be supernatural messages about the individual's future. Freud has the great merit of scientifically understanding their true functional nature, enabling millions of people to experience the psychological weaknesses of daily life more consciously.
Sigmund Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams. Through decoding in the psychoanalytic context of latent content, dreams provide access to unconscious desires and a better understanding of daily life behaviors. They have always fascinated mankind, both because of the bizarreness of the manifest content and because they were often believed to be supernatural messages about the individual’s future. Freud has the great merit of scientifically understanding their true functional nature, enabling millions of people to experience the psychological weaknesses of daily life more consciously.

In literature, Freud’s interpretation of dreams has influenced countless works, with authors using dream symbolism to explore complex themes and character motivations. Overall, Freud’s work on dreams continues to provoke creative discussions and interpretations in various fields, shaping our understanding of human experience.


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