Pillow


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What does it mean when you dream about a pillow?

Pillows are obvious symbols of sleep and/or of comfort. In a dream, perhaps we are feeling comfortable or, alternatively, we want to feel comfortable. Also note associations with the expression “pillow talk.”

References in classic literature ?
She stopped there, for it was evident that he did not hear a sound; the word "blind" seemed to have knocked him down, for he had buried his face in the pillow, and lay so still that Rose was frightened.
And Denisov went to the bed to get the purse from under the pillow.
For five minutes Pollyanna worked swiftly, deftly, combing a refractory curl into fluffiness, perking up a drooping ruffle at the neck, or shaking a pillow into plumpness so that the head might have a better pose.
He has a bird's heart in him, and so every morning there lies a gold piece under his pillow.'
Now she fell flatly back on her pillows, the very breath gone out of her.
"Are you going?" demanded Jo, diving for the pillow.
He looked at the peaceful face on the pillow once more.
Pressing the pillow against his left ear, I asked him if he heard me, but he gave no sign.
Mr Swiveller contemplated these things for a short time, and suffering the curtain to fall into its former position, laid his head on the pillow again.
He turned his head on his pillow and shut his eyes and a big tear was squeezed out and ran down his cheek.
She sank down against a straggling furze bush, an easy pillow enough; and the bed of snow, too, was soft.
Having put her travelling-box of matches and the guide-book near the candle, in case she might be sleepless and might want to read, she blew out the light, and laid her head on the pillow.