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… perhaps there is truth in dreams. Could I have seen… I couldn’t have seen. Dreams occlude and obfuscate—smoke and candlelight, paper lanterns winking in the night with a knowing nod to the masquerade. -Jonathan Wood, Début-de-siècle (free to read online at Fantasy Magazine)
Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a scene about a character struggling with the boundaries between dreams and reality.
Journaling Prompt: Write about a dream that seemed very real.
Art Prompt: Dream
Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Write about a dream that changed a life. Examples, Joseph in the Bible, dreams recounted by Jung or Freud in their writings, or a dream that you had that impacted your life.
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