Unsettled

I am dreaming of a girl named Adelaide.

In the light of the sun, her hair is the color of sunflowers, her eyes the deepest blue, her lips apple red, and her disposition equally bright and warm. By moonlight however, she becomes a seductress, hair and eyes black as onyx, lips cold and aching for a kiss, a kiss from anyone, anyone she can lure into her bed.

She lives in an abandoned house. It leans to one side, awaiting the final gust of wind which will topple it, and I have seen this house before, both in my dreams and in my writings. I know the things which go on within it, and they are frequently dark, removed from grace.

Why this dream tonight, I have no idea. It is rare that I dream of this girl, of this house.

She is me, of course.

The house is my house, the one I am in now.

What it means, I have no idea.

I hate having this dream.

I wish Bez were here.

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  1. A Serbian gypsy joins you for lunch and you suffer from dreams full of portent…

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    • Kameko

       /  January 22, 2012

      My subconscious can be a weird place sometimes.

      Don’t mind the mess.

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  2. They say that houses in dreams also signify the dreamer, so you are the girl and the house. Maybe your gypsy can tell you what it all means…

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    • Kameko

       /  January 23, 2012

      I don’t think he’s a real gypsy, though…

      Or maybe he is.

      I didn’t ask.

      Ooh, if he is, maybe he can give me a nice old-fashioned gypsy curse!

      I’ve always wanted to be a werewolf…

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