Drowning in Dreams

Dreaming is on my mind at the moment, I’m drowning in dreams. Not drowning in the physical sense but immersed in the detail. My dreams are magnificent and confusing at the same time, they lift me up high and leave me feeling desolate and out of touch.

I’m a big ball of emotion so it makes sense my dreams would reflect this. There is lots of water in my dreams, still and powerful, rough and deep, waves crash against land as if trying to destroy  it. I am the land and the water is my emotions I would imagine.

I dream in colour, beautiful colour that dive into and become.  Colours also represent my moods and I bring the colours back to my waking state. Morning moods are representations of my dreams. It can take me a while to adjust to the day.

I dream of big houses, mansions and temples with many rooms. Ceilings that never end and lead to somewhere out of reach. I think I am exploring my mind, chamber by chamber.  The water I spoke of is always around the walls or I cross it to get inside.

The people I love visit my dreams, those no longer here and those I’ve lost touch with. We don’t necessarily talk but we understand each other, we speak with our minds or telepathically. I don’t feel my mouth moving but I look out of my eyes I think, I don’t see myself but I feel myself.

I learn things in dreams that I find to be true when I’m awake.  Some things don’t make sense to me immediately but might later.  I’m fascinated by my dreams at the moment, the in between is my waking hours. I so look forward to going to bed at the moment, I’m finding it’s a festival of discovery.

24 thoughts on “Drowning in Dreams”

  1. I rarely remember a dream,in fact unless it’s very peculiar or terrifying or bizarre that don’t seem to stay with me, so it’s delightful you do and they are in colour and you are able to define and understand them. Literally what a marvelous thing that is.

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      1. You have such a positive, eager and aware persona, and I think today’s “graceful” would be very apt. I enjoy that about you, very much. It comes across loud and clear in your writing, your thoughts and your ideas.

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      2. It’s what I see when I look at your work. They say what we write comes from within, mostly I suspect that is true, when its emotions we write about, when I write murder mysteries, I have to dig deep because I can’t really wrap my mind around what it takes to commit heinous crimes.

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      3. I’m realistic. I also call it as I see it. My family knows I’m passionate about many topics, and if I believe the other person can handle it, I speak honestly. It’s never my intent to hurt anyone, but I will set the record straight when called upon to do so. lol, I make a hell of an adversary, believe me. Especially when it comes to my family. snickers loudly. Having said that, I don’t see the need to be cruel or miserable with anyone. Part of my build people up when you can ideology. You never know when that one kind word could mean worlds to the recipient. I’ve found that out on the blog, all too often. So I receive back in a round about way too.

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      4. Not to mention, I’ve been on the receiving end of a lot of horrible cruel visciousness that no individual in the world should ever have receive. It’s been my choice to act otherwise when I could as easily become the other. I simply draw a line in the sand I will not cross.

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  2. Dreams that I see with open eyes are OK…. but the dreams I see with my eyes closed, while sleeping scares me. They always turn out true… and come when something drastic is going to happen… like a premonition… it’s all so vivid, I get up sweating…

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      1. I know that feeling but forewarned is forearmed I think. I don’t know, I don’t have bad premonition dreams, I am usually just working myself out. I do dream of my friends if they are having problems, it’s the nudge I need to get in touch.

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