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    My bed really is a magnet... (DILD) 8/1/15

    by , 08-01-2015 at 03:13 PM (392 Views)
    NON-DREAM DREAM LUCID

    I remember laying in my bed at my dad's house. By the white light coming from the window in front of me, I could tell that it was morning. I also noticed something else in front of me. A black shape. It looked like a silhouette because of the light behind it. However, it did look like a person.

    The thing talked. It was my brother. I did a nose plug RC just to make sure I wasn't dreaming. At first, I didn't realize it. But I had breathed like it was nothing. I was dreaming!
    I was now aware that Sam was in my other sister's bed beside me. She was awake, talking to my brother.

    I had to keep myself calm. "This is a dream." I said to myself out loud.
    I tried to get up out of my bed, but, it was as if there was a hundred pound weight on my chest. I could barely move one way or the other. I didn't want to try too hard, either, for fear of "breaking" the dream.

    So I tried to through expectation. I looked over to Sam, however, I could barely see her because my fixed neck wouldn't allow me to look that far. "Sam," I said, "I can get up out of bed, right?"

    I saw her look over at me, "Uh, yeah." she said with a snort.

    I tried to get up, but to no avail. I was glued to the bed. I tried again.

    "Sam, I can get up, right?" I said with more force.

    "Yes!" she hissed.

    I tried again. I was actually able to get up this time, but very, very slowly. I also found myself unable to lift up my head at all. It was as if I looked down at my navel and my neck became fixed in that position.

    Frustration overcame me as I slowly made my way around the bed. Suddenly, it felt like something was pulling me back towards the bed, like a magnet. I tried to escape it, but within a split second, I found myself back in my bed in the same position.

    "I am DREAMING." I said a little louder. "I have control!"

    I flicked my eyes over to my brother, who was still, creepily, standing in my doorway.

    "Hey, can you help me get up?" I asked.

    I saw him move a little, but he didn't come near me. I sighed. I tried to think of something that I could use to almost "gravitate" my body towards. For some reason I thought of my computer charger. It seemed to work, and I was suddenly beside my bed with the charger in my hand. However, one of the ends was snapped off, revealing open wire.

    I don't know why, but an urge overcame me to put it in my mouth. I did, and a small electric shock coursed through my body that started in my tongue. It scared me at first, but I wanted to try again. I did, and held it for longer. It was a very weak electric shock that tingled my tongue, and I could almost imagine the individual currents that were running throughout my mouth and down my spine.

    I tried to take a step forward, but suddenly, I found myself back in my own bed again. I silently cursed. I had to do something even more rough to get myself out of this predicament, but I didn't want to end the dream entirely by doing it.

    While I was still thinking about it, the dream ended.

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