“Stranger, dreams verily are baffling and unclear of meaning, and in no wise do they find fulfilment in all things for men. For two are the gates of shadowy dreams, and one is fashioned of horn and one of ivory. Those dreams that pass through the gate of sawn ivory deceive men, bringing words that find no fulfilment. But those that come forth through the gate of polished horn bring true issues to pass, when any mortal sees them. But in my case it was not from thence, methinks, that my strange dream came.”

Penelope talking to Ulises who, disguised as a stranger, has interpreted Penelope’s dream saying Ulises will return soon – in The Odyssey, book 19, lines 560-569.

This blog is a recollection of night time dreams.

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