‘Inception’ Gave Me a Way to Dream
Again and again, I’ve lost myself to movie time. I’ve lost myself to dream time, too.
Maybe I will go see Inception again tonight. I don’t even care if I have to go alone.
Inception tonight. I wonder if I have the script memorized
Inception is still magical the fourth time around
this is a tweet within a tweet within a tweet. #inception
inception for the 5th time~
Fighter Squadron How could you watch the same movie that many times in a row?
Look around youWe can do whatever we want.
InceptionInceptionyou are awake
Inceptionyou are awake better
you are awake You are awake
rainy less rainyI can come, but I might have to work when I’m there
Inception We’ve already seen that movieWe know how it ends
Inception Fighter Squadron Fighter SquadronInception holding upInception Saving Private Ryan
Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya is a lesbian writer of essays, fiction, and pop culture criticism. She is an upcoming fellow for Lambda Literary's Writer's Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices. Her work appears or is forthcoming in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, The Cut, Vice, Autostraddle, and Catapult.
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