That, is why I believe these kind of dreams only exist in a night sky. It is a particularly safe place to let one's heart grow and one's mind travel towards ideas not otherwise attended to in daily to-do's and has-dones. In the expanse of the sky, dreams of this nature can be sent out and lost to the cosmos.
As far as the piece itself, it gave me a lot of difficulty. Unlike the other's in this series, her facial expression became very important to the feel and meaning of the piece, so I had to develop it more than any of the others. The woman in Meditations of a Lone Wolf also had a slightly developed face, but more hidden.
Eventually, however, after many hours of "getting it" than "not getting it" than "getting it again" and then "not getting it" (you get the idea :) ), it really started to come together, and I could take the steps effortlessly and intuitively. I had a lot of fun creating some sort of "cosmos," as well as her place in it.
I hope you like it! <3 cheers <3