the name of the dream
a world of hospitals
was asleep in the dream and then woke up into this dream
am in a bed in a hospital
it was a shared ward
no sooner was i out of a bed, when a young lady asked me to hold onto the ends of a crumpled eiderdown and help her to fold it
when we had done that she asked me to help make her bed
after making the bed, she then referred to something about her locker
i was aware straight away she wanted to be more than just friends but the signs were it was going to be one of those arrangements where she would dangle the promise of x to get me to do anything and everything for her before it got to it and so i decided to put my foot down
i said "o.k. as long as you lift up the end of my mattress and rest your head the bottom of the bed"
she, of course, asked, "why?"
i said "it won't you hurt as much when i sit on it" and then said, "what did your last one die of ?"
the quips hurt her and she opened up with her real feelings
"i was going to go into the bathroom with you and show you my body," she said sadly
i had read the situation wrong
asking me to do things was her way of getting me to talk and be friendly
she was a shy, man-hungry young woman
i back-tracked in double-quick time
i pressed the back of the fingers of one hand against the hair resting on the side of her face and said "it's alright. i was only joking with you"
the scene changed, i was in another ward and looking out
there was another building visible about three-hundred metres away
it was another hospital like the one i was in, cylindrical and huge
it had to be at least fifteen storeys and a hundred and fifty or more metres across
there was also a cylindrical, almost all-glass, walkway about fifty metres long which connected the cylindrical building to the top floor of an oblong building
looking beyond the tall cylindrical building there were more of the same buildings that stretched away into the distance and disappeared over the horizon
this website asserts that every situation in a dream has its roots in reality
this dream is obviously future tense but what situation would call for a network of hospitals which could accommodate millions of people ?
there is only one thing that comes to mind...