The World According To Damien
in a World gone mad – one sane voice emerges…

Damien on… The Meaning Of Dreams (for Dave Searle)

Last night, I dreamt I was fishing off Felixstowe Pier – when suddenly, the old piles began to creak (not MINE – those supporting the pier) and the whole construction began to list.

As is often the case with these sorts of dreams, I could not MOVE – thus I feared I would DROWN. But just at that moment, the level of the sea began to drop.

And as the sea receded into the distance, I found myself PINNED underneath the now-collapsed structure – pressed into the soft, pungent ooze.

For a while, the situation seemed merely uncomfortable – but as time went by and no-one came to my aid, I began to feel more and more pain as the wreckage settled.

Finally, I heard a rushing in my ears and realised that something was about to occur which I had sworn would never happen – I was going to succumb to pier pressure.

WOW – that was a long way to go for THAT one!

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One Response to “Damien on… The Meaning Of Dreams (for Dave Searle)”

  1. Well done! That was truly evil and worthy of one of mine. It’s only taken 40-odd years but your journey to the Dark Side is nearly complete my young apprentice!

    Actually I did, on one occasion, refer to Lord (Jeffrey) Archer of Weston-Super-Mare as “The Seaside Peer” and believe that I also suggested that the recent burning down of W-S-M’s actual pier may have been the act of an illiterate hitman!

    You can read it here: http://littlealfie.wordpress.com/2010/06/01

    Keep up the bad work!

    Dave


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