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A Dream?

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A Dream? The soft soil squeezed through the holes in my boots as I stood upon the sorrowful shore. The day was wild the clouds dark and heavy, taunted me with the threat of rain. The trees blew from side to side like flags waving in the breeze. The ocean not to far from where I stood, was beating upon the shore with military precision bearing deep into my soul. The forest stretched away from me, as far as I could see taunting me to enter into its hidden safety... away from it all... away... from what I had done. My mind now centering painfully on the memories that sent me running to this droned hollow place, realizing what I had done... the true horror of it, turned my mind psychotic while jumbled and baffled thoughts overloaded my memory... ...read more.

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swaying from side to side, my heart beat faster and faster my thought becoming more rampant and wild. The light almost upon me now, knowing I should run... but I couldn't... I simply couldn't... I froze, I could not move nor breath. My legs throbbed with pain, my feet bursted with soars, my mind was to wild to let me move. Suddenly the light came upon me, there stood a heavy, sturdy, strong looking man. His presence sent a chill of awe through my spine. I could not make out a face, he wore a thick overcoat, his body was motionless... not a twitch... nothing, he held a simple flashlight in his hand and nothing in the other. Some questions arose in my mind to what he was doing here... ...read more.

Conclusion

but there was nothing. I laid there on the ground for a few moments to catch my breath, and turned to run again, as I stood to start running there he was... the very same man... with the very same light, in the very same clothes... I felt a sharp pain of terror like a bullet ripping through my bones, I stood in silence for what seemed hours. The man raised his arm, flashlight in hand up to his face... I screamed I almost fainted there but something inside me urged me to stay up. I could not believe who it was that stood before me... I felt my blood freeze. I woke... in my bed, with a cold sweat, I was tired, my legs ached. It was raining outside, the ocean waves still beat upon the shore with their same drone tune, I was sweating and out of breath. Was it real?... or just a dream? ...read more.

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