She doesn’t have secret room dreams, like I do. Lucinda Williams, as she told the New York Times (see today’s magazine section), has secret room nightmares:
Sometimes I dream I am in a house and I am afraid to go into a part of the house, because there is a ghost or demonic force. It’s always the same house. It’s weird.
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Maybe you’re Emily Dickinson and she’s Charlotte Bronte.
I love that idea, Dr. Poppy. 🙂