Friday, February 03, 2006

Dreamland

Have you ever had a dream that seemed real? I mean so real that it had your heart beating faster, your hands shaking, your insides tied in knots? One, where, when you woke you couldn't go back to sleep for over an hour? I had one of those last night. I wish I had taken notes. When I woke I could remember everthing in detail, but now it all seems so very fuzzy.

The only thing I remember is that I was trying to hide. I was in a house I know I had been in many times (in my dreams). I know that I have had this dream many times before. It was almost like a rerun of an old movie. I knew the secrets of this house. A trap door in the closet that led to the basement. I was going through the basement looking for a spot to hide when I woke. None of the spots would work. I don't even remember who I was hiding from, but I knew they were going to find me.

I don't dream often, at least not that I remember. But this one was very familiar.

When I was younger, I used to dream I could fly. I loved those dreams. It was a good feeling. It left me wanting to go back to sleep and continue it. This one is not like that. I wish I could make it go away. I've never been one to put much stock into the meanings of dreams, but it makes me wonder where this one is coming from. Where is my imagination coming up with the material for this and why?

Do you have any dreams you would like to share?

5 comments:

FTS said...

I sleep so hard I never remember my dreams. I can count on one hand the ones I remembered in the last 10-15 years. I'll take the sound sleep. ;)

curious servant said...

ew months ago I had some scary dreams, but they were oddly hopeful (I posted on them, I think the first was entitled "The Warrior")

I once had a dream in which I was also struggling with something. And I woke up. Then I woke up again and realized I hadn't awakened but had kept dreaming. Then as I was trying to assimilate that fact, I really woke up. It made me wonder if I was really awake.

Doug Bagley said...

Oh, I have dreams but I don't think I ought to share them, LOL.
Like you, I don't always remember dreams but when I do and if they're nightmares, it's hard to shake off that feeling of inpending doom.

Anonymous said...

Where do your dreams come from? They come from you. It is your subconcious coming out to give you a glimpse at what you are really about. What are you running from? Well your subconcious is shaped from birth through your early childhood. What are you running from? Good question, look into it, and you'll learn alot about yourself. Happy dreaming!

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