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"The White Dragon's Gift" by Dawn Climber - 5.8.17

Entry Submitted by Dawn Climber at 8:17 AM EDT on May 8, 2017

I don't have any Intel facts or new dates to share. But Victor said something about Children in the Dark, and when I first started elementary school I had a Dream. Unlike most of my dreams I remembered every bit of it when I woke up and I felt this one was important.

All these years and years later I remember almost everything from it, including how I felt and what I thought during the dream.

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The White Dragon's Gift

I was outside my school playing with a lot of other children. But in the dream I was going to the big High School not my little elementary school. Even in the Dream that seemed strange. High School was years and years away.

Many of us noticed a strange grassy mound across the street on the edge of the wooded park. Many of us went to it and started to climb. But it was much steeper than it looked, and as we climbed the top was getting farther away instead of closer. Most of the other children gave up immediately because the mound wasn't any fun. Only a few of us kept going.

When it began getting late the rest of the children began going home. Finally it was very dark and I was climbing alone. I climbed through the night and got to the top at sunrise. The mound turned out to have been as tall as a mountain, much taller than it had looked before we started to climb.

At the top there was an opening with a stone staircase winding down deep into the hill. Some torches lit the staircase, but I couldn't see the bottom. It looked very scary and I was alone, but I climbed down.

At the bottom of the staircase was a stone archway and through it I could see a huge dragon lying on a massive bed of treasure. I was scared and in awe of the dragon, but I walked up to him. I hoped that I had some right to be there because I hadn't given up.

It's scales were pale silver and white. It's head turned to me and he was ancient. His face was very kind and wise. His eyes were pure white and I thought he might be blind, but they were full of love and I knew that he could see me. He told me to take all the treasure I could carry. I don't know if he said the words or I just heard them in my mind.

Slowly I started to take some gold and gems and put them in my pockets. I was only taking small handfuls but huge piles of treasure were disappearing. I hadn't wanted to take everything but very quickly the room was empty except for the dragon. My coat felt light, but I could feel that I was carrying all of the treasure now.

I didn't want to leave him all alone but I had to go home. I hope I said thank you for his gift, but sometimes children forget and I don't remember. I climbed up the staircase and slid down the hill as quickly as a playground slide. I went home to my family and woke up.

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I'm not young anymore but I've never forgotten the dream.
And I've tried to keep going and never give up hope.
Even if I'm alone, and it's dark, and I'm afraid.

And please if you see the Dragon someday remember to say "thank you".

Dawn Climber

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