Check this out, from Dead Therapeutic by Stuyvesant
from the Feathered Sleep
Spiked by moonshine
Privilege or disgrace
Oppression spells her full name
For the Zweig suicide guest book
A librato place
No-one can follow
Without revealing their intention
From people who do not care
They lacquer their unteathering
In pretty boxes with false bases
As Houdini shone the key beneath the deep
So they perfect stillness in powdered sugar
Salvaging nothing of the wreck
As salt stained and barnacled
Driftwood is recovered by shore
Ebbing with lessening
from Dr. Rex
~~June 16, 2017~~
Finally saw the film today.
Very happy to know that this was a movie based on female characters and directed by a female director.
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I’d considered calling this section ‘Bobby and Harold’ because the voice on the tape is Bobby’s.
Bobby always has a Southern accent.
After closing the earlier discussion of identity, Bobby asks Harold about his habit of falling in love with hustlers.
Harold is reluctant to discuss this at first but Bobby presses him so he begins by saying that he feels compassion for hustlers because so many of them are
He says he weeps when he hears reports of child abuse on the news and wonders if he’s become a ‘weepy old man.’
He describes the violent night he threatened to kill his abusive stepfather.
He was 13.
Later in the interview, Bobby reminds Harold of his first words when Bobby first entered the Cottage on Albion Drive: ‘Who turns these wheels.’
Working on these tapes was painful because this is audio evidence of my DID.
At one point in the interview Norse suggests that he was aware of the DID:
Bobby: You used to accuse me of having no memory and I used to say I remember things verbatim; you never believed me.
Norse: It was not for that that I used to accuse you of having no memory. It was for something else…
Bobby: Oh, I remember, it was for my kleptomania. Go ahead.
Norse: No. That’s denial. That’s part of your character.
Bobby didn’t know what Norse meant and didn’t pursue it.
I don’t remember writing an interview with Harold Norse for the Bay Area Reporter and my memories of Harold Norse feel second-hand.
I don’t know what Bobby means when he says he was a hustler and a kleptomaniac.
This numbing and amnesia is the pain of Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Sadly, I don’t remember how it felt to have the friendship and respect of
someone as brilliant as Harold Norse was.
It sounds like we enjoyed each other immensely.
When I turned the tape over I unknowingly enabled a ridiculous option
that stops the machine when it senses silence. The result is a little choppy.
I did my best to smooth it out.
To hear the beginning go to An interview with Harold Norse, Part 1, Section 1
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