Living in their own reality, the Dreamer is unorthodox, unique, and creative. Your ability to daydream lets you detach yourself from the world, and the people in it, to revel in your own personal space.
Stories, poems, pictures and songs make up your world. Your first crush was on a character from a book, and actually you continue to feel just as, if not more, attached to fictional people than to the disappointing reality that is your neighbors, colleagues, and real-life dates.
When your boss is particularly demanding, you retreat into your imagination and transform the office into a scene from the Hunger Games, and a looming deadline doesn’t fill you with half as much anxiety as a literary cliffhanger.
You always have music playing in your head, and don’t have to spend hours in a practice room to be able to create your own, either.
Some people seem to think your Halloween costumes are a bit over the top, and you can see them zoning out when you begin quoting your favorite poem at them, but little do they know that even when they think you are being silent and conforming, you’re really extending and deepening storylines that could each be turned into successful books or movies of their own.