"The Vacuum" is a nice name, though.
Janet was having a creepy, strange dream. The stranger is the fact: She couldn't wake up.
She was not anywhere troubling, disturbing, along with people with a mind full of disturbing thoughts. In fact, she was in a vacuum, not even oxygen to fill their lungs. She did not miss anything - food, water, people, nothing. She was better than ever, as if back in the womb. But that is not the uterus - is the new definition for the word "nothing."
She learned the definition of physical vacuum, and it fits perfectly. His eyes, blurred, only saw darkness. And a fine mist, like dust or glitter or anything lighter than air. Even sounds, actually. It's one of those agonizing silences, almost noisy, that fill the ear and give you want to scream. But she could not scream, too. She could open her mouth and make her vocal cords vibrate, but no sound was heard. Actually, it was the same comfort of a womb.
What can happen?