Dream of: 27 May 1975 "Mirror, Mirror On The Wall"

I was in front of Doc's carry out on Jackson Street in Portsmouth. A girl who resembled Dykes (an acquaintance from Portsmouth) stepped up to me. She was supposed to be the girlfriend of Cox (a former schoolmate). She had a poem about mirrors. The poem wasn't in words, but was composed of objects on a piece of cardboard. Mirrors of all different sizes were on the cardboard. She said that Cat Stevens had written the poem. The first line was "Mirror, mirror on the wall."

I read the poem through; it was probably 8-10 lines long. I couldn't understand the poem. I put my arm around her as we read. I started thinking of another poem and said,

"Mirror, mirror on the wall

Who's the fairest of them all

Red and yellow black or white

Who's the fairest in your sight."

I kept reading the poem and applying words to the objects; but I still couldn't understand the poem. I said it had strong sexual connotations.

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