The Flying Dream

I believe that a person can dream things about the last thing he/she had in mind before falling asleep. That dream can be a sweet one, a terrifying one or a sad one that will leave you bothered the moment you wake up. An article said that a person dreams per night but he/she won’t be able to recall all of it though there’ll be a few of the many dreams which he/she can remember when he/she woke up.

When I was in grade four, I saw amongst the bookshelf of our 12767707_989137624504591_1117466253_nteacher a Harry Potter book. I took the book (without permission) and started to read the whole thing. Since then, Harry Potter became a resident of my mind and I had an absurd goal of entering the Wizarding world myself. I kept on thinking magical things that night that I brought my thoughts to my dreams. So far, it was the best dream that my brain told me. Continue reading

Advertisements

Dreaming the Dream

sam.jpg“Don’t dream your life, live your dreams” is what other people say. Who would’ve thought I would dream about my dream that night? ¾ The night I decided to sleep with my quick-tempered aunt.

I was seated in our couch wondering how a day can be that boring when my uncle suddenly appeared in front of me with his right hand pulling something behind him. I realized it was exact same bike that I wanted to have. I asked him if I could give it a try and he answered affirmatively. And so I went for a ride. I kept on paddling without even knowing where I am heading to until I reached an unfamiliar park. Continue reading

Running Away from an Unfamiliar Killer

12804179_1174478395904074_1868541362_nFor some people, dreaming is a fun way to escape from reality but for me, it’s a “NO”. I really cannot completely recall a certain dream that really fascinates me right after I woke up because most of the time, I cannot distinguish a dream from reality since in my case, they are too much related or too much connected with what’s happening in reality that sometimes I cry myself at night in fear. I don’t know why, but my dreams really do happen in reality. Our discussion about dreams during our Psychology class is still vivid to me. As what my professor taught us, dreams are peculiarly connected to our reality and it works deep in our unconscious minds. We may dream of using a regular pen, but Psychologists would interpret that as our yearning for sex. Going back, it may not be the same, but the feeling is family and it’s really scary. Continue reading

The Love That Was Never Ours

Processed with VSCO with c1 presetI can’t really think about the best dream I ever had because there was a recent dream of mine that I can’t really get off my mind. I don’t know what it meant and I’m very curious about it.

Typically before I sleep, I think a lot. And the last person that I thought about is someone special to me. But how did this schoolmate of mine appear in my dream? It would be very obvious if I state his name, so I better not. Anyway, here’s the story.

We were just in school, attending an event. We were eating that time and I don’t know how it happened, but we suddenly held hands together while walking. So our friends were shocked because they all know we had our different own lives. But he explained to everyone that there’s just something he wanted to say to me.

AND IT WAS ALL ABOUT HIS FEELINGS FOR ME. Continue reading

The News

Processed with VSCO with 4 presetOftentimes, we find ourselves waking up from a horrendous dream that feels so surreal we could almost hear our heart beating so fast in our chest. It then leaves us pondering over it; trying to piece out the puzzles together and contemplating over the terrible scenarios that happened in our minds- the unfathomable nightmare.

I’ve experienced these nightmares countless times. Most of the time, I just really don’t mind it and usually it just naturally slip out of my mind. But I had this horrible dream that instilled in my mind and I couldn’t just forget no matter how hard I try. It goes like this… Continue reading