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Dream Experiment XCVII

August 31, 2013

?:?? am: The black barrels emerging from the underbrush along the bank, the exchange of shots through the jungle vegetation and flight farther downriver, mud sucking at boots, only then to scamper up the bank and pull back into the concrete, from where tree branches might be used to blind the pursuers, if only to extend the chase a little longer and continue another night.

10:05 am: This is another of those recurring dreams in which the jungle landscape and geography remain consistent from one dreaming to the next. While the landscape itself might have been collected in some manner from a number of films recently seen, the dream is more remarkable for the fact that it is not, properly speaking, a recurring dream. Rather, it would be more accurate to describe it as an ongoing dream in that the stages of the flight are isolated to discrete dreamings and unfold in chronological order, the events of one dream following from those of the previous.

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