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Conversations with My id
by Ed Matlack

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I put this under psychology as I think that conversations with oneself might be covered under that category, this will be an ongoing thing or so I think at this time...ed/id

*Conversations With My “ID”*


 


    Am I able to converse with my “id”?


    Well, we are about to find out,


    As it may bring forth some special


                                    learning,
               Both for me & my “id”…


 


   Hey “id”, is that what you want to


                                    be called?


    “Do I have another name, as far as


                                    your concerned?”


                 “I mean, I am your “id””


    Okay, I will call you “id” &


                                    you can call me “ed”.


   But let us dispense with the quotations,


         They make for such a hard write,


        And all I want is fun from writing,


                        Not function.


 


       Damn, this could go on for a long time,


                   This speaking to the id,


       As the id has all my memories and stuff,


      This could be all I ever write about again,


                 It could drive one to drink,


                           Or over the brink.


 


    So dear reader, expect more, off and on convo’s,


                      With this poets “id”,


    For, in the future, there may be many times that


                   “id” or “ed”, may want to speak,


                   And from what I know of both,


             This series could get rather bleak.


 


    Can one sell his/her “id” for as much as a quid?


    If so, this kid wants to be hid!


     Hopefully, as time passes, the id will have its say,


     As will ed, and it will seem less eternal in the writing of this journal…(journey?)        


                                                                                                            (ed/id)


                                     


 

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Reviewed by Calendula Petal (Reader) 11/20/2003
trouble is id knows all your secrets and keeps your skeletons locked in the cupboard too, if you have any I mean of course, do you think he will spill the beans?.....
I really enjoyed this poem,it was "different"..for want of a better word.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 11/20/2003
An interesting approach to the discovery of self. Wonderful write.
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 11/19/2003
Interesting conversation ID...I mean Ed...great write here.
Allen
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 11/19/2003
:) Id or Ed, ponder and muse and write without rules, after all, we only "id" once in life!!

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