Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: mynah dwarves
Date: 1990-05-18, 11:00


Well, I think we've all realized by now that the dwarf in Cooper's dream is
completely over-determined (to use a Freudian term).  He stands for just about
everyone.  But I'm *sure* that the weird speech in that dream was a reference
to Waldo.  Listening to the speech was like trying to understand a mynah
Andy Perry; Swarthmore College OR AWP92@swarthmr

We look before and after,                  Only in silence, the word;
We pine for what is not.                   Only in darkness, light;
Our sincerest laughter                     Only in dying, life --
With some pain is fraught.                 Bright the hawk's flight
-- Horace Rumpole (no doubt                  on the empty sky.
   quoting someone else...)                -- Ursula K. LeGuin