“Survival” / Memorable Fancies #810

[“…dreams in which we meet ourselves as strangers, unfathomable.” – Gűnter Grass]

[“I met myself in a dream.” – The Velvet Underground]

I met myself in a dream. I seemed annoyed at me. Other-I knew all my sins, threw them in my face, told me that I was only his own bad dream and I should just go away.

There was a struggle to see who would wake up, and who never would. I was the one, finally, who woke.

But which one was I?

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THE MONDAY PITCH

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