It was huge. It was biting and snapping at this little girl who I thought at first was my son but turned out later to be my daughter. I kept kicking the snake; picking it up in my hands, by its neck; squeezing the very life out. It’s deranged mouth viciously separated by long rows of teeth. It’s breath like hot mildew; I threw it to the ground, and holding my daughter, ran behind the door shutting it quickly. But that wasn’t enough. It was never enough. The door wouldn’t push, or slide, or pull. There was something in the way or It wouldn’t fill the gap; the snake always got through. Then I was on a beach. I was taking a test. I was studying on the beach and looking at my text-book. It looked like a high school text-book. There was another woman there who was also studying but I never found out her deal. I paced around before getting on the ship and Newton’s three laws of motion became very important, although, I wasn’t sure I knew what they were. Well, I said, there’s action. I passed another man studying on the beach and he said yes. Force is another, but he said no. He tried to make me understand that was happening with the snake was Newton’s Law’s of Motion. I woke up.
Newton’s three laws of motion
1. Law of inertia.
2. More mass means more force needed to accelerate.
3. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.