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The story was so suggestive that I dreamed of Daisy last night. You are quite right: she is very attractive with an assertive personality. I did not get out of hand, although sorely tempted, and followed your script. We were in a labyrinth of a tree house, sort of "Nim's Island" atmosphere. We had quite a conversation which reflected back on your narrative.

Then she asked me for a computer because she wanted to check if a person had written a story about her as he had promised. Anxiety set in as dreams tend to do, baseless drama soon populated by curious individuals who were on knowledgable and friendly terms with me. One woman was quite lankey, a cross between Egon Schiele's women and the portraits I had seen yesterday on Susan Hitchcock's site.

Dreams of course spare the existential angst, those strange encounters that decades later still surface in all their troubling mystery- but make us feel it was worth every moment.

by de Gondi (publiobestia aaaatttthotmaildaughtusual) on Sat May 11th, 2013 at 09:07:09 AM EST
This must be one of the most rewarding results so far, when the weave of words can slip into the weave of dreams.

You made my day.

by Bjinse on Sun May 12th, 2013 at 05:19:14 AM EST
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