A shower of shooting stars burst forth from the night sky, like sparklers on the Fourth of July, and rained down from the heavens, and the full moon was so happy it winked.
A rainbow so big and thick, like the kind of orange slice candy with sugar from the corner confectionery you bought when you were just a child, reflected on the clouds, turning them Crayola colors of blue, pink, yellow, green and lavender. The clouds were rainbow hues!
People gathered in their back yards, standing in awe, snapping photos of this wonderful phenomenon.
This was a dream of mine from about two weeks ago. So moved by it, I felt the need to illustrate the images. This is a rough draft. (chuckle)
Normally, my dreams are about conflict or mystery. But this time, the dream was positive and uplifting. I awoke smiling.
I’ve been seeing rainbows everywhere lately – on social media, on sidewalks, on my doors, and in windows of homes. Since there is a Full Pink Moon tonight, I felt this post was appropriate.
According to dream-meaning.net,
Dream Rainbows represents hope, success and good fortune in the form of money, prestige, or fame. Your dreams and wishes may come true.
Rainbow at Night
“A rainbow typically cannot be seen at night because it is a reflection of the light. Thus, seeing a rainbow at night can be interpreted as divine interventions that offer you a glimmer of hope at the time of trouble. When you are not experiencing waking life difficulties, a rainbow at night can represent a perfect ending that you have wished for your own life.”
And according to spiritualunite.com
Due to the fleeting nature of shooting stars, their rarity and their associations with love and romance, a dream about a shooting star could also be a simple reminder to cherish the time you have on Earth with the ones you love.
But of course, these are just symbolism, and we should not put our faith in symbolism. We can choose to look at the bright side of the dream, and think that good things are to come.
In light of the world right now, and uncertainty of when the Corona virus will end, maybe it’s best that we just put our faith in God.
I opened my Bible last night, and a piece of paper fell out. On it was written Deuteronomy 31:6. I forgot that my previous life group gave me this paper when we met a couple years ago.
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.”
Stay strong, stay healthy, social distance, and be kind.
Peace, love, sand dollars and full pink moons,
Sheree is the author of four books –
– 2019 Royal Dragonfly First Place for Poetry, First Place for Fine Art/Photography, Honorable Mention for Coffee Table Books Mondays in October
– Chanticleer nominated Ocean Rhythms Kindred Spirits
– 2019 Chanticleer Little Peeps First Place Winner for Early Readers, Montaigne Medal Finalist, and Foreword Indies Finalist Midnight the One-Eyed Cat
– 2015 Da Vinci Eye Award Winner Folly Beach Dances