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Reminded Of A Dream

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I had a dream when i was 6 or 7....it was odd...their was the main library of our town that i went to visit at night....the doors where open and i went in.....in the middle of the room was a huge box with neon pink walls.....i went closer to the pink wall and looked inside...all of assuden the walls flexed like latex and a female face was trying to burst out...i started to run away when the wall was torn, and non sexed people some with male faces others with female faces started walking out of the tear....i then ran out of the library and they started to chase after me covered in this pink tinted goo.....i woken up after that......i have never told anyone the dream before but everytime im alone i remember that dream.....it has been 13 or so years now.....any dream specilists out their that are willing to give an explanation of it besides the obviouse not wanting to be my born sex? i already know that part

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Sakura_stingray,

possibly, when you looked into the wall, and then got chased, you may have seen something that made you want to run. what did you see inside that wall that made you run? could it be your feelings chasing you?

good luck,

Kristan

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i don know....if it was my feelings their must of been a lot......their where more than fifteen forms that chased me out of the library in my dream...i think what freaked me out in the dream was i looked closely at the wall...then started to flex with a face through the wall......i think that freaked me out more within the dream

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