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Dreams and their effects Dreams can occur every ninety minutes throughout the time spent asleep Now I dont know about you but I sleep most nights for about eight hours this would mean that during the past year I could have had 1941 dreams without even realizing it Dreams are usually insignificant and have little if no affect on your life just trying to recall a dream you have just experienced is rarely easy and often not possible This is the case until one night when a dream comes along and smacks you straight in the face letting you know just how powerful the human imagination really is You will experience this at least once in your life time you will dream a dream that hits you so hard the scar will never fade your mind never forget This is my story Its black I dont mean dark I mean black Black is darker than dark black is nothingness and Im running Running so fast that all to familiar taste of blood forming at the back of my throat My throat feels like someone or something has reached into my chest and ripped them to shreds Each gasping breath whistles through my throat I fear continuing may result in ripping the thin membranes of remaining tissue from my windpipe The pain is like nothing I have ever experienced previous painful episodes flash through my mind bouts of meningitis hospital stays losing my tonsils having my stomach pumped nothing compares What Im feeling now the mixture of terror and fear seems to feed my hurt strengthening it until it reaches and grows within my very soul in it quest to consume me If I stop I fear I may be lost My legs are going to give I need to stop but I cant because of whatever it is that is chasing me The exact nature of my pursuer is something that to
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