I was in another world […] that was tinted with the lightest shade of a mystical blue […]. The people here wore the most elaborate […] costumes – rich gowns of a silky, sparkling material that flowed […] past the ankles, with wide shoulder pieces and detailed [headsets]. There were either no men, or very few. Their entire palace, or perhaps, the entire kingdom, was like an ice castle set in snow. […]
I entered a gigantic room with a tremendously high ceiling. Floating […] within this room were numerous, glowing organisms – like dozens of jellyfish within a giant, aquatic tank. This seemed like a place for dancing or for just relaxing […], for there were other people in bright shades of green and red, among other colors, walking around and doing nothing in particular. I walked […] to the back […] and looked up […] I saw a cage hanging in the corner near the ceiling. Something, or someone, was imprisoned inside – […] I hitched a ride on one of those glowing jellyfish, which were constantly rising towards the top, like bubbles in a soda bottle. I rose […] above almost everything until I reached the cage to talk to its inhabitant. I don’t remember who the prisoner was, or what we discussed, but I remember thinking the prisoner’s fate unfair.
I wasn’t the only one in this strange land. I was with my friends, dressed in those elaborate outfits. […] for some reason, we were trying to escape […] and it was difficult. I remember being caught by the empress and her servants – four or five of them blocking our escape through a snowy passageway. […]