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"He said he had to go. Two years ago he died of lung cancer."
"Where did he go?"
"I think he went away to the carnival, but he looked much better."
"So you dreamed this?"
"Yes. He didn't speak. In fact, he signed it."
"Oh."
"I'm glad."
"Why is that?"
"Because I was depressed a little, and now i'm not."
"Just because he showed up in your dream?"
"No, because he never gave up. Sometimes I forget that I take things for granted."
"Does this mean your suppose to like everything?"
"I think it means that everything is suppose to happen no matter what I like. I got to let it happen."
"I had a dream to."
"Really? I thought you didn't dream."
"I did, two nights ago."
"And what did you dream?"
"I dreamed that I fell."
"Fell from what?"
"Just fell. I didn't fall from anything. I was just tired of being there."
"Where did you fall to?"
"No where, just kept falling."
"Forever?"
"Nope, but I stopped falling eventually."
"And...?"
"I hadn't moved. I was right back where i started."
"That's weird."
"Isn't it?"



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I'm in a nutshell



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The following comments are for "Curious Dreams"
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Like words with myself
I enjoyed the dream conversation your characters used to explore forgotten memories. Good job with the bounce between emotions. You captured the Curious Dream Concept. It almost seemed like a dream talking about a dream. Here lies inspiration in itself. Don't loose it, and yet remember to not hold on so tight.

( Posted by: KingDon [Member] On: June 7, 2005 )





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