Dreamed 2004/4/4 by Larry Vigon
David and I were at my house. We were walking down the hallway from the livingroom towards the bedroom when a hummingbird landed on my sleeve. When I tried to catch it the bird flew into my hair. David said, "Here, let me get it, you don't want a hummingbird in your hair." I said, "No I don't mind." Then the hummingbird started to peck at my scalp and I laughed.
I went into the guest bedroom to look into a mirror. I removed the brid from my hair and held it in my right hand; it was beautiful. I let the bird go, but instead of flying away it flew into the sunglasses I was wearing. Once again I held the hummingbird in my hand but this time I took it outside before I let it go.
The following Wednesday I found a hummingbird nest on my patio. It had been blown out of a tree.
The next Saturday I found this hummingbird on another part of the patio. It had flown into a window.
Source: Larry Vigon's book Dream, 2006. Unpaged, dreams untitled. This is the last dream in the book.
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