We Must Be Like Freud - Poem by Bill Grace
We must be like Freud
And follow where the evidence may lead
Against the fashions of the day
Against the scorn of peers
Who knowing much still know not all
And holding our great capacity for error tenderly
Search for truth and state: 'Here I am..'
I could be wrong but this is how I see it.
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