Dream of: 24 September 2020 "Comparing Tumors"  

I have arrived at a restaurant where I am going to meet with some women. I see a long table with perhaps a dozen women sitting at it, but I walk past them and into another room where sits a similar — only empty — long table which probably has seats for four or five people along each side and for two people at the heads of the table — the same number of seats as the table in the previous room.

Soon, well-dressed women — not the ones from the first room — enter this room and begin taking seats. I am also decently dressed. The women probably average in their 40s in age. One woman standing near me says something about my being married or living with a woman. I correct her and tell her that I live alone. She seems to perk up a little, as if she might be interested in me. Another woman also seems interested

After I sit down in an empty seat next to the head of the table, Kristen Kadi (a Facebook friend), sits down at the head of the table on my right. I immediately recognize her although this is the first time I have ever seen her in person. Probably in her 40s, she is the only woman here whom I actually know. Scrutinizing her face, I also recognize that she is definitely more attractive than I would have thought. She has dolled herself up with bright red lipstick to make herself more attractive. She still retains an innocent look in her cheeks. We talk and I find her company much more enjoyable than I would have thought.

 The table soon fills up with women who all seem to be wearing white or light-colored clothing. One woman purposely shows her long, bare, youthful legs. It had not been my original purpose for being here, but now I wonder what it would be like to make love to the owner of such lucious legs.

The subject of conversation turns to cancer and tumors. One woman has a tumor under her arm which she lets me poke with my index finger. Another woman has a similar yet smaller tumor. Kristen is one of the women with cancer. I now remember that just the day before yesterday I was diagnosed with a cancer tumor under my arm. I show my armpit to the others, but the tumor is not yet noticeable.

Commentary of 24 September 2020

Yesterday, I incubated the 1971 movie "A Clockwork Orange." Then I dreamed that I have a tumor. I think this is the first time that I have ever dreamed of having a tumor, which, as far as I know, I do not have in reality. The hero of the movie is Alex DeLarge. He is mentally deranged at the beginning of the movie. He has a mental illness, which I think could be compared with having a spiritual tumor.

Tonight I am going to incubate "A Clockwork Orange" again.

unfinished work may

be grounds for remorse when death

rides in hard and fast

Picture: MRI of a brain metatase of a bronchial carcinoma

 (original upload date)

Source: Marvin 101

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