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Author:J D Matheny [Matheny, J D]

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Published: 2017-12-30T23:00:00+00:00

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Darkly Rising by J D Matheny

24

What does it mean?

The dream . . . the vision . . . whatever it was, had been stuck on a loop running continuously through his mind all night. His restless sleep was evidenced by the tangled mess of sheets. He never slept with a blanket or comforter. Didn’t need to.

 

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Author:J D Matheny [Matheny, J D] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:J D Matheny [Matheny, J D]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2017-12-30T23:00:00+00:00
24

What does it mean?

The dream . . . the vision . . . whatever it was, had been stuck on a loop running continuously through his mind all night. His restless sleep was evidenced by the tangled mess of sheets. He never slept with a blanket or comforter. Didn’t need to.

As the loop went on and on, he began to make a connection with the formidable figure that had been standing at the foot of that stone altar. The long, dark limbs lined with bulging muscles. The hands, he remembered those hands. He had watched them reach out for people, tearing and rending.

In that earlier dream, he’d been the creature. Last night, the creature had been his own entity. At first. But that had changed, like a magician’s illusion aided by flickering lights and moving pools of shadow. He’d realized that the figure had been him after all. No, it hadn’t started out as him. The face had been hidden, but there was no mistaking that the rest was different. Kai was a freakishly large boy, and his skin was like that of a dusky sky, but the creature was midnight. The creature was a giant.

Yet they had joined. Was that it? Or Kai had taken his place. Just as before, in those other dreams.

And there had been Sophie . . .

He grabbed a pair of jeans and slid into them one leg at a time. The button, he found, showed reluctance at doing its job, so he sucked in his belly and made the connection. Pulling a T-shirt down over his head, he stood sideways and scrutinized himself in the mirror, looking for a telltale bulge that would show his days of carefree eating were already at an end. There was no bulge, though. His stomach was flat as ever. If anything, the hint of a six-pack from before had turned into a declaration. As if, overnight, his boy body had melted away and his man body had emerged. The bicep of his left arm formed up into a cannonball as he flexed and examined himself, the T-shirt looking now to be a size too small.

He stared at himself curiously. Eyes looked back from the mirror, scrutinizing him. For a moment, the veil of reality seemed to lift, and he was two separate beings, standing feet apart and yet divided by great distances, or whole other dimensions. The old him and the new him. But which one was he?

Tossing a dirty towel over the mirror, he grabbed his shoes and made his way out of the room toward the kitchen. He was starving.

Expecting to see his mother at the stove, cooking up breakfast as was her custom, he was surprised instead to see that she was sitting at the table with a cup of coffee, cell phone in hand. A crooked smile played out on her lips as her pointer finger swiped away at the phone’s screen.

“Good morning, what’s for breakfast?” He watched with satisfaction to see her jump, her smile replaced by a guilty scrunch of eyebrows.

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