Hurricane Warning

Dream of Hurricane Warning

dream of hurricaneI found myself standing on the sand at a busy beach with many people of many cultures on a very sunny day.  I didn’t recognize anybody.  There were families playing with their children, dogs running, people bicycling along the board walk, and so on.  I seemed to be there by myself, being I didn’t recognize anybody, I really didn’t understand where I was (other than the obvious) or know why I was there.  After coming to my senses, I looked towards the water and noticed it was troubled, very large waves, very violent with more random wave patterns than what would be expected at the ocean’s shore.  Again I couldn’t help but think that the skies were clear and it isn’t storming, yet the waves say otherwise.

Right after the thought of why the waves seemed to be acting violent and confused why people were playing in the ocean with such strong currents, a loud speaker started to resound.  The announcement made was troubling.  In a male voice that sounded cheerful said, “  ETA of hurricane is 35 minutes.”  Now the announcer actually had a name for the hurricane, but I cannot seem to remember it due to it sounding so foreign to me.

When I heard this, I looked around, expecting a reaction from the crowds, however it seemed as though all the people there were not bothered that such a terrific type of storm is on its way, and very soon.  Instinctively, I started to randomly tell people in the crowds, on the board walk to leave, and go seek shelter.  Nobody cared, or acted as though I wasn’t even there.  After realizing that people didn’t want to heed the warning I began to run away from the beach, away from the boardwalk, and then the dream ended.

 

About Ryan Hutzel

Growing up, I have always found dreams to be a gift, even if for fun with no real significant meaning. Now that I am older, I find that preserving these dreams can bring hope to another. After all what is reality, except what we know to be true around us?
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