Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: "One chants out between two worlds..."
From: donham@prarie.enet.dec.com
Date: 1990-10-10, 06:44
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: donham@prarie.enet.dec.com ()

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|>In article <19080017@hpclpa.HP.COM> dupree@hpclpa.HP.COM (Chuck Dupree)
writes:
|>|My impression of the poem Mike relates is:
|>|
|>|	In the darkness of future past
|>|	the magician longs to see
|>|	one chance out between two worlds
|>|	fire walk with me.
|>|
|>|I reran the tape four or five times to get this impression.
|>|That doesn't make it a certainty, though.
|>
|>"One chance out" and "one chants out" sound very similar, but
|>"one chants out" makes a lot more sense.
|>-- 
|>Brian L. Matthews	blm@6sceng.UUCP
|>

Brian, consider this: Laura is a *very* troubled little girl. She desparately
wants a way
out of her situation. Twin Peaks certainly seems to a meeting place of two
worlds. In
this context, "One chance out" make *much* more sense.

Pierre is "studying magic." Laura is friendly with Pierre. It's possible that
Pierre taught
Laura a ritual that would get her out of her fix...I *don't* think Pierre is
studying
prestidigitation.

Perry Donham
Educational Services
Digital Equipment Corp.


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