My mom asked if I was okay today
I said I was fine
She said I looked terrible
I was terrible

I’m in love with a woman
and I am completely terrified

I had a nightmare last night.
I was standing in some kind of parking lot with a lot of people I knew. We all hang out a lot so it makes sense that they were in my dreams. We were great and enjoying ourselves. A certain girl was there, and she’s a woman in my life that I love very dearly. She makes me so happy and I enjoy every time I’ve spent with her. I remember a time where we spent the whole day together. We rode bikes, ate food, and we both sat on a bed and talked about ourselves. It was such an intimate day and I am so incredibly thankful for that. She means the world to me. Lately I’ve been thinking about her, and I accepted the fact that I do, have feelings for her. I don’t want to be that guy that gets all mushy with his feelings, because that gets annoying, but just keep in mind that I genuinely love her. Our whole friend group was doing our normal thing, just taking among ourselves. I wanted to be by her, the woman. Beside her was a guy that I’ve known for many years. They were both talking, and they were rather close to each other. The boy was touching her arm with his hand, in one of those seducing ways. I walked over to them, but before I was close to them, I saw the boy lean in for a kiss. The woman responded with pressing her lips into his just for a moment, just a peck, a small pinch on the bottom lip. She gave off one of those priceless smiles, followed by a hard chuckle. I froze, in complete shock. My chest started to heat up, and started to feel pain. I walked away in urgency, like I didn’t see anything. I immediately started to walk back to my car, waving goodbye to all my friends who were there. I was rushing and made it pretty obvious that something startled me. My friend’s had a slight confusion in their faces, wondering what was on my mind. the kiss popped in my head again. I woke up, and that pain was still present, and that hurt tremendously. 

Not your typical nightmare, I know.
But this startled me. This startled everything.