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  • adjective dreaming
  • adjective of or relating to someone who is dreaming
  • adjective sleeping


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  • I'm dreambound this morning, full of bits of fantasy and illusion and things I can't possibly have seen, waking dreams, not enough sleep to even count as a catnap but hours of laying still, quiet, counting heartbeats and waiting for the murmuring of his voice, her name, to silence itself.

    jaxraven Diary Entry jaxraven 2005

  • He was out of his chair and on his feet in a twinkling; but he could not as easily collect his wits, which were still dreambound.

    Ultima Thule 2003

  • ... he does not know I wait here, does not see the webs, the words and thoughts and secrets twisting themselves around his waking self, dreambound creation taking flesh, taking shape, becoming ...

    jaxraven Diary Entry jaxraven 2004


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