Tuesday, March 13, 2012

I had a crazy dream today.

I grabbed my backpack, got some food and went out of the house. I was jumping, hopping, walking and running to the woods. It was all a blur then the dream shifted to a room where I saw my high school friends and we were all catching up.

We stood up and the place was starting to get noisy. I can hear the constant chatter of people. My head is spinning but I am enjoying the conversations I'm having. Despite this, I knew something was wrong. I feel like I am not in a safe place.


We all heard this gunshot and everyone stopped.

I can hear the whispers. They were asking where it came from and if the bullet hit anyone.

Then I realized...I was shot on the back of my head.

When the thought sink in to me, I fell to my knees. I was starting to hallucinate and my eyes were starting to blur. The bullet was hot in my head though I was starting to feel numb that I did not feel the trickle of blood on my back.

I tried to look on the people around me. Their faces were still in shock but they still didn't know that I was hit. It was like I wasn't there.

They couldn't see me or they might be ignoring me.

As I hit my face on the ground, I heard myself pleading for help and praying to God to not let me die just yet.

I was in constant battle with reality.

I saw myself, my eyes slowly closing. But I still plead.

It was a continuous chant of survival.

Then I woke up.

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