I am an English major, so words and sounds are my interests. Often I have “dreams” right before I actually fall asleep where I am listening to conversations, hearing poetry spoken, or composing novels. In my slightly sleepy state, these ideas and words sound like the best things I have ever heard in my life; like they are prize-winning conversations and dialogue. I don’t know if you can answer this, but is it possible that I am writing better in my sleep? Or do you think I am imagining that the conversations are wonderful, and they’re really gibberish?

--Signed Lisa — Rochester, New York, USA Age 19

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