Ok, so I just recently had an idea for a short story. It starts with introducing an unknown protagonist, whose name I would like to keep unspecified. He is an ordinary 17 year old living in London, England. There isn't anything really unique about him. One night he meets his perfect girl. I describe her as a red-headed girl of 16, deep gray eyes, and a distinguishing wooden stretch-bracelet with the letters C.R. engraved in each segment. She is immaculate. They get along well, she laughs at all of his jokes, and she is very kind and sincere. The only problem is that he met her in a dream. When he awoke, he knew that he has fallen in love with her. He thought about her every day, waiting for the night so he could have a chance to see his lover again. After a couple days, the dream stopped recurring, and he starts to become more and more depressed as each day goes by. For months he tried to sleep whenever he could, just hoping to catch a glimpse of her, but to no avail. He started to look into lucid dreaming, and began to practice becoming conscious in his dreams. After a while, he could constantly have lucid dreams. For a week or so, he dreamt that they went on dates, ranging from Paris, to sailing the Dardanelles. There was a price to being conscious during all of this, though. He knew it was all a dream. So one night when he and his loved one were on a balcony overlooking Rome, he promised her a way for them to be together forever. He awoke the next morning happier than he has ever been in 6 months. The people around him noticed he was much happier now, thinking he overcame his depression. Later in the day, he walked to the Barbican Estate, and climbed all the way to the top of Shakespeare Tower. He closed his eyes, and let his promise guide him to the floor. All the people rushed to see what had happened, hoping he was alright. The first on the scene was a young girl of 16, who had deep gray eyes, red hair, and a peculiar wooden bracelet with the initials C.R. engraved in each segment. Thats basically the summary of the story. I know it's not perfect, and I didn't want to make the summary too long. Constructive criticism, ways to improve, and thoughts on it are greatly appreciated. Thank you!