Hey ladies and gents. I haven’t been able to remember my dreams all year, but this week I’ve been dreaming a lot, and I’ve forgotten how weird dreams can be. Enjoy. Just another day in the life of me. 🙂
Dream 1: I shuttled around the moon, but the best part was the process of landing on earth. As I descended from space(as if it were like a roller coaster) I looked up and the stars were right above me in vivid detail as if I could touch them = 3D MOVIES HAS A LONG WAY TO GO TO BEAT MY SUBCONSCIOUS IN CREATIVITY!
Dream 2: I dreamt about three different people I have not seen in a long a time or missed their presence.
Dream 3: For some odd reason, I was alive and dead at the same time, I guess more or less a zombie. The confusion lies within the state of my body, although important to me, was unnecessary for me to “live” (i.e, i could be a talking head without a body). Anyway, there were 3-4 other people whose bodies exhibited the same characteristics, and we were all acquainted on some level. One thing we definitely shared, is our competitiveness and betting high stakes. In this dream, we wagered the one thing that literally kept us moving, our bodies. It was a royal rumble, a gorilla warfare, a Last-Man-Standing.
The others combined forces, and sought me out to eliminate me first. Either they wanted to the weakest linked to be eliminated first or they saw me as a threat. The details are fading, but at one point they came to a worn-down house to confirm if I was nothing more than a talking head. I eluded the attempts to destroy my body, and when they arrived for confirmation, I had left some contraption to counter-attack. It had eliminated two of their bodies. I walked into the house, cautiously walked up the creaky stairway, and noticed to heads. The last guy had made a surprise attack, and we battled. I almost succumbed to his attack, but parried. No bodies left, but mine. I wish I could go into more honest vivid details, but my memories elude me. I should be just fill in the details, because after all “History is always written by the winners. ” – Dan Brown.