One Hundred Ninety-Six

The dream involved a very tall man, a man who had been condemned to death by hanging. I was responsible for transporting him to the gallows. Somehow, using his legs, he flipped me over and lifted my body high above him. Once I was several feet in the air, he slammed me against the pavement, over and over and over again. I felt no pain. I felt only embarrassment that I had allowed him to overpower me and that I was involved in an execution of someone about whose crime I knew absolutely nothing.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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