Sometimes a Cigar is Just a Cigar?

By Elton Camp These words to Sigmund Freud are assigned That he never said them, researchers opine As of symbolism he was the strongest advocate Words like that it’s to be expected he would hate As much as sex the good doctor did emphasize Had it some such meaning wouldn’t be a surprise At any rate, to cigars he was very strongly addicted Which is why holding one he is very often depicted Because to cigars he become a much devoted slave It was a terrible case of oral cancer that they gave For sixteen years, he struggled to become more fit But never was he willing excessive cigar use to quit So after so long a time of terrible pain and strife He arranged with a doctor to chemically end his life

The Father of Psychoanalysis

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