|Port-en-Bessin, Entrance to the Harbor by Georges Seurat|
Why are waking notions of the word dream a synonym for something to attain…where as in the notion of a subconscious dreaming, the word dream connotes a separate reality. Where is the relationship between these two associations? Is the difference between waking and subconscious perspective or in the idea of dream itself?
I am sitting at my grandmother’s couch in coastal
. She shows me a pop can with Chinese characters on it, and mentions something about Massachusetts . Next, my mother offers my wife and I a trip to the Hawaii Caribbean. Through a song of my uncle about Montego Bay, I imagine I am in Montego Bay. The hotel resort is as one would typically imagine an upscale hotel resort in the Caribbean to appear. In my hotel room, however, my toes and fingers and parts of my chest and head are being wired to a torture device that my stepfather is operating. I attempt an escape from the hotel resort, but it turns into a kind of Cretan Labyrinth, where the Taurus is my own family.