What's the worst dream you've ever had?
Monsters raiding a town? An accident? A natural disaster, like say, an earthquake?
Well unless there's a mad scientist who wants to try wicked experiments on others, there'd be no monsters.
Accidents happen everyday, so it's boring.
An earthquake in Malaysia, hmmm~ So far, only tremors.
Have you anything special?
I don't know if mine's special, but I think it's bizarre.
See, I've been having this same dream since I was much younger.
While dreams like this are usually a warning from, well, the brain to try and stop you from taking any risks, depending on what you dream of.
In my case, geez~ I have no idea what my brain's trying to tell me.
I'll explain about the dream now.
I was walking alongside the corridor of a row of shops with err, well no one but strangers all around.
Eventually, the row of shops come to an end. I looked around.
What a lively zone to hang out! The colorful lights, the crowd, the heat!
Everyone smiled at me as they walk pass, I responded with a nod, everytime.
Suddenly, for God-knows-what reason, I lost my balance and fell into a drain.
It's a big drain - as wide as a two-lane road, and it's so deep that it makes me feel as if it goes all the way down into the core of Earth, or Hell.
I held onto the edge of the drain, unable to gather enough strength to pull myself up.
Also at that time, all the people suddenly turn pale. No one noticed me. I shouted, I yelled, I screamed......
That lively zone, suddenly turn into a zone of walking dead. The expression on everyone's face was, dead. No one blinked, no one talked, the whole place just shutted down, totally quiet. Only footsteps can be heard.
The colorful lights faded, leaving only really dim lights.
Still holding on, with no voice left in me, I started to struggle.
Soon, my hands started shaking, showing signs that indicated to me, that they're going to give up in about seconds.
I cried even louder. And before I knew it, everything in front of me was pitch black.
And I woke up.
"What kind of dream was that?!", I asked myself after sitting up on my bed.
I dried my tears and sweat, and decided to stay awake until the next bed-time.
That happened not once, but 8 - 10 times since I was still in secondary school. Exactly the same!
So like, do you have any similar experience?
Do you know how to solve these sort of problems?
Share a bit lah~ Hehe~