NAPOWRIMO Day 14: Dream Fictionary

NAPOWRIMO Day 14: Dream Fictionary

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Table (wobbly)

To see a table in your dream represents stability. If the table is wobbly, then it suggests you are dysfunctional, or adding to a dysfunctional family or system. It may also refer to the fact you are a bad carpenter or cook but no one is willing to tell you, or that you are not smart enough to find a matchbook to put under one of the legs. It also implies insecurity.

To dream that you are setting a wobbly table suggests that you don’t like the people you live with very much. It also symbolizes dissatisfaction or health concerns. Perhaps you are laying the groundwork for an evil plan or personal vendetta. It also implies you should call a psychologist about your well-being.

Teacup

To see a teacup in your dream represents lack of strength. It implies you are too weak to drink coffee or whisky. The cup may also signify that your life is very small or you are a pessimist; otherwise, you would dream about Vente Lattes and Big Gulps. Some believe that a teacup symbolizes love, nurturance and the womb. This is total bullsh*t.

To see a teacup on a wobbly table indicates your feelings of inadequacy and anxieties of being unable to handle a particular situation. It denotes feelings of powerlessness, guilt and/or low self-esteem. To dream that you are reading tea leaves means that you need a real life. Perhaps you feel unqualified as you read this entry, call your psychologist about your well-being.

-next page- Tequila

~Just L (April 14, 2018)

Author’s Note: NaPoWriMo Prompt – Write entries for an imaginary dream dictionary. Pick one (or more) of the following words, and write about what it means to dream of these things: Teacup; Hammer; Seagull; Ballet slipper; Shark; Wobbly table; Dentist; Rowboat.

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