What a lot of people don't understand is the fact that writers don't really mean any of their oeuvres as personal accounts of their lives--unless, specifically noted as such. Yet, the potency of each composition leads readers to presume that what's been written is a kind of passive-aggressive shoutout to someone in particular. As it happens, most creations are just figments of an author's imagination. They are word doodles, merely meant as artful expressions of random thoughts. Also, interpretation is subjective: one version for the scribbler; another for the one reading the words.