Posted by: normanlgreen | February 23, 2012

Dream, February 23, 2012 hovercraft & expectations


Dream, home, 6:12 am

Someone mentions the silly notions of how we envisioned the future, when we were young.

“Weren’t we supposed to be all riding around in hovercraft?”

Later, a beautiful hovercraft passes us and glided up a set of three stairs and into a wide doorway. The body of the vehicle is a pentagon formed of five round-topped cylinders of brushed aluminum. The uprights are joined together by a web of crosspieces of the same material. Its jets end in copper plates that dangle loosely at the bottom of each of the gray cylinders. I know the inverted plates are loose as they change angle based on the terrain over which they pass.

One man rides in it, his face shows pride. He must have built it.

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Responses

  1. As much as I love your verbally induced imagery, whenever I read your dreams I wish you were a cinematographer!

    XO
    L.

    • haven’t you and your technically inclined pals created a dream catcher, yet?


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