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A Dream Of Blood Lust

 

I had a dream a long time ago, (maybe a month) My dreams don't usually come true nor do I ever expect this one to come true. Most of the time I do not dream at all. When I do, as I said, they don't come true, but they usually do mean something to an extent.

My boyfriend was in the dream. I remember I was laying in my bed, then I suppose I had fallen asleep. It was one of those 'I fell asleep and don't remember conking out!' Then I suddenly opened my eyes, the dream was very realistic and I thought I was actually awake.

In the dream I was watching myself, from the foot of my bed. I was watching the image of none other then my boyfriend. He was leaning over my body as I watched from the bedside. The was a dim light illuminating the room. I could see he was dressed in full black. I couldn't see his face, because he was leaning over looking at my body. My body I could see as clear as day, blood from my neck to my stomach, dripping down my wrist as well. I had a look of complete shock on my face, shaking almost traumatized, and if one knows me, I don't get scared or traumatized easily.

He leaned down one last time, I couldn't tell what he was doing. The he sat back up, looking me over one last time he said, "I'm sorry baby I had to."

Then came the part that chilled my bones to the core. He turned his head and looked directly at my spirit from which I was watching from. His regular light ocean blue eyes, were glowing a blazing electric blue aura and he let out a small chuckle.

I awoke that very moment laying in the same position my blooded body was laying in while I was dreaming. My face was hot and a bit damp, and I was gasping for air.

Could anyone have any ideas as to what this may have meant?

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reneespring (1 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-13)
Maybe your boyfriend has a secret bloody life, or is a sadist. Maybe he said he was dead cause he has no heart and he knows it. Maybe he is into blood and gore. Or maybe he is not at all into these things, but for some reason you imagine he is. Do you really trust him? Why do you think you would have such a dream about him? Are you two comfortable and affectionate together, or is your relationship weird and tense?
ghostgirl3512 (6 stories) (298 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-12)
Marluxia,

I think this dream is simply a dream, but a very real feeling one. Nightmares, in my case at least, are always more vivid then normal dreams, and even psychic one's.

In most dreams, people are looking at themselves as somoene else would, but they think as themselves, so I don't think you looking at the scence was anything unnatural.

Blessed be
Lolli ❤
Rashidah (guest)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-11)
Darkstar

I cannot wait for part two of the series of Vald The Vampire. Hopefully I get to see it on Blue ray.

Apparently you do not find this site have enough ridiculous stories as it is.
lilylove (3 stories) (359 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-11)
that really ridiculous so then all this started because of some guy whose body disappeared and everyone thought he was an immortal vampire who drank blood or something like that. How can anyone actually believe that. If vampires exist I don't think they need to drink blood since blood not food and it not even in the foodchain.
Darkstar (guest)
+1
9 years ago (2010-12-11)
The whole vampire thing started with Vald (or however it is spelled) the impaler. Since his body vanished after he died and his family crest was a dragon aka he was the son of the dragon.
lilylove (3 stories) (359 posts)
+2
9 years ago (2010-12-11)
I agree with what rashidah saying girl you need to quit dreaming about your boyfriend being a bloodsucker. If vampires exist I don't think they even drink blood that probably a myth. Who ever drinks blood you seriously need help. Blood not food.
lost-in-my-own-mind (8 stories) (44 posts)
-1
9 years ago (2010-12-11)
just because a dream can not be taken completely litterally doesn't mean that the components aren't what they seem. If I see my friend crying, then I assume that my friend gets hurt, even if it isn't exactly how it happened in the dream.
Chetyre (guest)
+3
9 years ago (2010-12-10)
Fantasies are often used by the mind as material for dreams and these dreams often play on fears we have be they real or imagined.

Dreams are NEVER to be taken literally and are sometimes metaphors for something else.
Dreaming that a fox speaks to you, for example, should never be automatically interpreted as some sort of guide speaking to you.
If one likes foxes then the mind simply uses whatever you are enamored with as ingredients for a dream.

Blood in a dream rarely means blood in real life nor does a familiar face that does something bad mean that the person in real life is bad or is going to do something bad.

Sorry but dreams are no where near as prophetic or esoteric as we have been told.
Try to find causes in real life that might have made you have that dream... Perhaps an element in a T.V show or movie impressed or disturbed you.

Maybe you read something about health issues that concerned you. Look for mundane causes.
lost-in-my-own-mind (8 stories) (44 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-10)
oh... And I read your first story and... I will appologize for those that teased you for I'm sure they won't. Just because they don't believe doesn't mean it's not true. Maybe there was a reason your boyfriend so bluntly pointed out that he "is a vampire". (I use quotes only because I do not know him or what he is or isn't). I would talk to him about it... Maybe that's all he wants? Good luck to you.
lost-in-my-own-mind (8 stories) (44 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-10)
rashidah and shinigami0- I'm sorry but I have to disagree. If it was a fantasy it wouldn't have scared Marluxia, she would have liked it.
Marluxia- I don't know what your dream means, but it I were you I would try to figure out what it means... Think hard about it...
Shinigami0 (2 stories) (204 posts)
+2
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
Lolwut?...

I think it means that you just had a dream. A slightly disturbing dream, but a dream.

Rashidah- You took the words right out of my mouth, but in a nicer way. 😆
Rashidah (guest)
+1
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
I have to say this. After reading both your stories, my only conclusion is that you fantasize about your boyfriend being a vampire.

Hopefully you grow out of it soon 😐

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