Features snappy dialogue and grand swashbuckling, boiled in a tragedy stew and filled with comic relief and asteroids. Good, but ephemeral, times are had.
(Dammit subconscious! You do realize that in a dream a man can do whatever he wants.)
Certainly, but a gentleman never would.
(Gah! I hate you, me. This is the only part I star in!)
Essentially narrated Power Point presentations, but in my dreams they're all well-rehearsed and to the point. That's how I can tell.
This is the part of the dream-cycle that seems to last forever, but it's also the part that's most vivid, most real. Whatever element of my imagination takes the most precedence arrives, often fully formed with characters and emotional backdrops.
It's not always sad, but it's always intense.
Wake up, write it all down. Craft some good stories, go back to sleep.
If I need a break: Drink.
250 words? Yes
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