Astral Projection

Astral projection became easier with practice, but she found that sometimes her dreams, and the projected reality she visited, became confused with the sounds of the world where she lay sleeping.
As she floated gracefully over the serene moonlit landscape below, she couldn’t help but dance along to The Ketchup Song.

Couldn’t resist this!

In response to Jane Doughtery’s Sunday Strange Microfiction Challenge.

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Author: agw

Amateur poet and writer who aspires to write more...

13 thoughts on “Astral Projection”

        1. Love now shared for nefarious ends
          and eardrums of most gracious friends
          damaged thus beyond repair
          I shall retreat unto my lair,
          perchance to dream of Night.
          πŸ˜‰

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