Saturday Symphony #20 – Dream Catcher

The best color in the world is the one that looks good on you.

Coco Chanel

Hello! Today, I’ll be exploring a bizarre dream I had last night. It’s definitely related to an enlightening, yet disturbing conference I attended a few months ago. I’ll be responding to Jude’s Saturday Symphony prompt below:

This week, let’s use the beauty of a dream,
Or the horror of a nightmare
To share from the realm without time
And loose some of the secret magic that lies in us all.

In case you can’t hold on to a dream for long, it’s best to keep a notebook bedside so you can catch them before they float away.

And then share them for the

The Fashion Police

The afternoon sunlight shone through the skylights. I was walking to an unknown destination in an airport lobby. I scanned the area around me. Nothing out of the ordinary. Business people heading to where their flight is located. Giggling girls shopping in the nearby gift shops. Families munching on their lunches in the food courts.

Nothing out of the ordinary until… I noticed hovering robots scanning individuals.


Holographic images of the individual’s clothing appeared in thin air. Electrical blue schematic diagrams indicated particular stats on the outfit while analyzing the cultural influences, the quality of the fabric, the stitching, and brand name. The robot would then determine if the outfit itself was a fashion atrocity.

Some people were unfazed by the intrusive lasers and went about the day accepting the current state of affairs. When an outfit was deemed unacceptable, the robot would recommend a series of outfits that the individual could wear instead and offer several payment options to purchase the outfit. After the individual presses a few buttons in the air, the robot constructs the outfit from the pattern that the brand provides and 3-D prints the outfit and tailors it for the individual right then and there.

Meanwhile, I’m watching in awe as the thread in the fabric’s fiber are assembling themselves. When they were finished, they scanned around their surroundings. Their lasers scans reached me, and they proceeded in my direction. I looked down and noticed my jeans and t-shirt were in a state of disrepair.

Frightened, I ran away in the opposite direction as fast as I could. I tripped and fell on the ground which accidentally toggled my own dashboard of my current wardrobe to my own surprise. I quickly chose an outfit my mother made for me many years ago. I frantically thought to myself, “She’s a seamstress and had a good eye for stuff. Sure, let’s put it on!”

The robots scanned me again and told me I was free to go. Thankfully, they glided away away. I took a deep breath and exhaled a sigh of relief.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. C.H.O.L.W.E says:

    Interesting, please follow me

    Liked by 1 person

    1. theresaly520 says:

      Thank you, perhaps too interesting 🙂 Will look into your work


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    Thank you ❤️


  3. What a peculiar dream…I seem to be a very vivid dreamer myself. I have kept dream journals on and off over the years. I often dream up stories or try to create a work of art in my sleeping hours. Though recently I’m speaking German and Irish quite frequently in my sleep….probably because I started working on learning them on Duolingo.🤔😉

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    1. theresaly520 says:

      German and Irish?? That is so cool! My brother and boyfriend studied German a while back. I’m a fan of some Irish novels as it’s such a fascinating culture. You have such a beautiful imagination Jenna! I look forward to see what new stories you have in store!

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      1. I took a year of German in college and have always felt a close connection with my Irish heritage. Though, I honestly love languages in general. 😃

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  4. judeitakali says:

    Very mysterious dream Saly. Beautifully told. Maybe you’d been watching one of these sci-fi series/shows😃
    Lemme add this to this week’s features.
    Thank you so much Saly🌷

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    1. theresaly520 says:

      Hehe, I do like myself a good sci-fi show! However I think this really was related to a tech conference I went to and how quickly technology is advancing. Thank you Jude and Merry Christmas to you!


      1. judeitakali says:

        Happy and merry holidays Saly🧡

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