I wasn't myself anymore. I was in a male body, my skin light purple slowly turned gray, I was wearing some type of white robe or garment around my waist. A white fabric laid across my chest was embroided with gems. I also had a thick gold plated necklace that went between my chest.
He struggled to breathe, as I tightened my grip. He gasped, "Do not be uspet Krishna, forgive us all but we need your help against Japan!"
I used my powers to see beyond this cave and saw planes flying overhead, bombs came down. There were many soldiers on land fighting against each other. So much chaos, so much blood.
With the man's neck still in my grasp I brought him closer to my face and whispered deeply, "This is man's problem. Not mine to solve" (man as in the human race).
A woman grabbed my arm and pleaded, "Please, you must do something! They're all dying! We can't keep up! They're killing us!"
I let go of the man and he fell on his butt, then scurried away with his head bowed down.
I repeated, "Not mine to solve. You've done this to yourself."
As I stood there, figuring out how to get out of this body I heard cries, shouting and planes passing above my head. Humans are destroying themselves. Too much chaos. I must get out. Everyone is looking at me. Stop looking at me, I cannot interfere!
I finally made it to the main floor! I opened the door and exited the building. Once outside I was greeted by the bright light of the sun. I shielded my eyes as I squinted ahead of me. There was a dock. I was surrounded by water, but a few feet from me was the sidewalk towards my parents' house. I don't know how I got here. The watery landscape in front of me was so unfamiliar. I was confused as to how this "mini lake" got here, as I never remembered this in my old neighbourhood. I couldn't tell reality from my dream state. Nothing made sense. I was so confused and afraid.
I heard the door swing open from behind me. I turned around to find the man in the wheelchair!!!
Me, "What?!!! But I thought...."
I then woke up.
I was in this ruined apartment building, looked like it was abandoned. Thankfully the water and electricity still runs. People were going extinct from a plague. Me and a small group of people were the only survivors, that we know anyway. Inside a suite, I rummaged through what looked like a kid's bedroom to find a backpack. I told the others to get a bag, purse, backpack, whatever they can find that may hold a lot of items. I told the majority to stay in the room while I had three come with me to find food. We went down a long hallway and found another suite, we entered in. We found some useful items: scissors, knives, pens, markers, candies, radio. One person dropped an item and made a huge noise.
I turned around and said "SHHH!! They'll hear us!!!"
The guy said, "So? This building is empty. There's no one here but us! They're probably outside of this building anyways"
I said in a deep angry voice "You don't know that! Don't risk the lives of others. If you want to die, go out there yourself but don't bring the attention to us!"
The guy said, "Whatever man. You're not in charge"
I replied, "No, but I kept you safe!"
There were some sounds of shuffling feet just outside our suite. I hushed them, "Shhh.. I heard something"
The guy said, "It's probably noth-" his sentence was interrupted by a loud shriek.
A lady screamed, "They made it to our floor! They're here! They're here!"
I yelled out to all three "QUICK! WE HAVE TO GET BACK!"
They followed me as I swung my knive around as the zombies tried to get close. We made it to our suite and I opened the door, I looked behind me. Two ran inside as the third one was just down the hall on his way back (the loud-mouth guy). The zombies were too close to our door, I had no choice but to close it. The zombies slammed against our door opening it a crack.
I yelled, "C'MON YOU GUYS HELP ME! THE DOOR IS OPENING!!!"
The group came to my aid using all their weight and power to close the door shut. I quickly locked it.
I looked through the peephole. The guy was already turned. I thought, "His own fault. He should have kept quiet, then none of this would have happened"
A teenaged girl wanted to see, she took a look through the peep hole then started to tear down the wrapping paper that we taped up against the glass window of the door.
I raised my voice, "What the fck are you doing? They'll see us!!!"
Just as predicted, the zombies turned their heads and saw us all in the suite from that small gap she opened from the wrapping paper. The zombies tried to force open the door by slamming their bodies against it. I directed everyone to get plywood and nails, we nailed shut the glass window of the door, covering their view. The slamming stopped. We were safe.
Date of Dream: Jul/10/11
Date of Dream: Apr/18/11
My two good friends and I were in Vegas for our birthday. It was our last day so we headed to the casino. I wasn't much of a gambler so I stood close by watching them play the slot machines. One of them told me to just try once, so I did and pulled the lever. I instantly won $50,000! Jackpot! I was so excited. One of the casino managers came up to me and gave me a cheque. I told my friends we should head back to the hotel, I don't want to stay anymore. We packed our suit cases in preparation for our flight back home. At the airport my two friends were denied on the plane as they forgotten their passports at the hotel. I was a bit upset by their carelessness as I've reminded them several times before. We headed outside back towards the hotel. They were both walking a bit too fast for my pace. I started to run. I called out their names, telling them to slow down, to wait for me. It started to rain heavily as they continued on. I ran as hard as I can but couldn't catch up. Then all of a sudden their body deflated and turned into a paper-cut figure, landing delicately onto the pavement. I went on both knees to pick them up and started to sob, "It's not worth it. All this money!" I reached into my pocket and took out the cheque, the print was smudged from the rain. I continued to sob, "I want my friends back. Turn them back! I don't want the money! I don't want any of it!" I ripped the cheque in pieces and tossed it. I clutched onto the paper figures, tears streaming down my cheeks as I pleaded, "Please turn them back. I'll give anything. Anything!"