Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

  • Mood:

More dreams

I actually usually have vivid dreams. But a few on my friends' list have been dreaming more vividly than (what they feel is) usual, so I'm thinking about them more, so I'm writing about them:

Most of what I can (now vaguely) recall from last night were fairly typical recurring-dream images for myself, and even if I could remember enough to write about them, they'd be more interesting to me than to you. The big unusual part of my dream was a World War II dream: I was among Allied troops who had reached a deserted Pacific island, confirming the downing of what looked like an entire squadron of Japanese fighters crashed in a huge lagoon. I had seen a piece of Band of Brothers while channel-surfing last night, so maybe that was why World War II was on my brain -- in fact, I could hear music in the dream, as if I were watching a film, and it seemed like new music from Band of Brothers composer Michael Kamen, which'd be a hell of a feat, as he's dead -- but what struck me was the peacefulness of the scene, of the moment. Never mind that there had been the violence there of the plane crashes, or that the troops would likely find violence elsewhere; at that time, the men and myself were in a beautiful place in the South Pacific, with a kind of beauty even to the wrecked planes.
Tags: dreams

  • It's easier to have stuff to write about if I leave the house

    I should have gotten out of the house on Sunday and Monday. I didn't. Yesterday was a nice day, too, so I had that incentive. I made sure to go out…

  • Oh. Moody.

    I've been in A Mood, and I have been since Friday. I'm still dissecting why, and I won't tell you what bits of the mood's causes I've figured out;…

  • Helping Me, Helping Them

    Spending yesterday mainly resting, taking medicine, waiting to get less sore, and being thankful that at least I wasn't feverish, I wanted to get…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.