I’ll be dreaming…

Posted: January 7, 2010 in dreams, Fear, mindless-thoughts, Ramblings, sleep
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So, sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night,  and have some seriously weird things going on inside my head. So, lately I have been jotting them down. [there is no real order as these are quick thoughts]

#1 “The room was suffocating, people everywhere, must get out, where is the door, the red door. She darts to the door, she flees through the red door. She turns to a blank wall, the door is gone, she is pulled into the darkness.”

© 12/24/2009

Red Door

#2 “She runs through the woods, something is following her. Is something following her? She cannot stop running, running to nowhere. Is she running? She falls and everything turns to fog. Her eyes open, she sees familiar faces, she’s home.”

© 12/27/2009

#3 Smiling faces, tearful eyes, angry frowns, a wheelchair sits in the distance, she reaches for it, she cannot grasp it, she tries to stand and the floor comes up to meet her. Laughing, whispering, soft childlike giggles, all eyes on her. She cannot move, she bows her head in tears.”

© 01/05/2010

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Yes, I see the resemblance to me in each of these bits! Maybe I’ll write a horror story or something. 😛

Blessings and Hope…

Comments
  1. Vicki Day says:

    Are these dreams honey – when I’m on meds I have very vivid dreams – some are quite Stephen King !

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  2. Holly says:

    Hey gorgeous. ♥ ♥ ♥ Just popping in to let you know I’m thinking about you, and that I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

    And I think you **should** try your hand at writing a novel. Those random thoughts of yours seem to be snippets of dreams, and dreams can often make for really awesome novels. Why, Stephen King used his dreams to write his books, and look where he is today. Something to think about, eh? **smile*

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    • Tracy says:

      TY Holly. I would love to be able to write a good horror story, but really I am not s ‘good’ writer in that way. lol

      Although, maybe I could do a book of short ‘horror’ stories. hmmm
      xoxo

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  3. Carol Pack Urban says:

    I don’t need to be on meds to have some seriously disturbed dreams at night. I’ve always had nightmares. I think it’s good that you can keep a journal and write about them and explore what they mean. I usually remember my dreams in their entirely. They are quite vivid and I dream in color. I could write horror stories that would scare even Mr. King.

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  4. Ruby Cantu says:

    I see myself in your dreams…and it is scary, write a book, I’ll be in line at your book signing.

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