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PARADOXICAL POSITIONS

There are many things in life that I have very little control over…one of them is my mind at night. It wanders around in strange places, often created by the havoc of my daily experiences…reflected back at me in some bizarre fashion at night.

In my dream I was some freakish CARI-CAT-cURE (version) of Mylene Farmer, with the bright red hair and outrageous comical sexiness…I was wearing high heels and stockings, with a garter belt and sexy panties. I was bare breasted. It seems I was just kind of wandering around like this, sucking and chewing on a red apple, almost like a baby would/WOOD.

At one point in my dream I was being driven around in a white van by a blonde guy who seemed not to be to happy about being my chauffer…I was in the back of the van reclining on a mattress, sucking and chewing on my red apple. I was not in a good STATE. I think I was upset with him for he seemed to not be able to understand the situation…so I made him stop. We both got out and I took him over to a tree that had a hole in its branch. I explained to him that because of that hole, the CHIP-MONKS kept falling out and down to the ground…and dying. I told him that hole needed to be fixed in a perturbed sort of way while munching on my red apple. I did not see what was so complex about understanding that these poor RO-DENTS were dying and something had to be done. Ax-i-on, must be taken. I looked so cute all naked and perturbed…that is until the applesauce started gushing out of my mouth.

I think I threw up on him.

There was more to my dream than this…but this is all I can remember now. I seem to remember at another point in my dream being a HO-BO/BEAU, and complaining that I could not pick myself up…I seemed to be stuck in a paradoxical position.

Original dream at its very best…by JANE À PARIS
Writing and Copyright ©2013 JANE À PARIS

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I have a deep love for expressionism – ‘Expressionistic artist sought to develop pictorial forms which would express their innermost feelings rather than represent the external world. Expressionist painting is intense, passionate and highly personal, based on the concept of the painter’s canvas as a vehicle for demonstrating emotions. Violent, unreal color and dramatic brushwork make the typical expressionistic painting quiver with vitality.’ This is what I try to achieve when I paint.

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