Lucid Intent? No
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I was living in a new apartment complex. I had just moved in, so I wasn't used to the layout of the place yet. I had a small apartment; probably a studio since I didn't see any entrances to a bedroom.
My door had two locks on it. They were unusual. One was like a dead bolt, except it didn't go in the frame. It rested against the back of the frame at an angle. The lock was a small, angled piece of metal. The second lock was a piece of wood that looked like half a plane propeller. I didn't understand how that worked at all, so I just rested it against the other lock.
My apartment was the second door after a corner on one building. I walked by a pool to get to it. The pool was disgusting, but people were swimming in it. The water was opaque and had green and yellow tints to it. There was something in an L-bend of the pool. I studied it but couldn't figure out what it was. Someone told me it was a Volkswagen car. I put on some goggles and jumped in. Even though the water was dirty, I could see underwater.
The car was in three parts. The front where the engine was, was one part. The back was another, and the sun roof was the third. The engine part was in the middle, and the other parts flanked it. I got out of the gross water and took a deep breath.
I called the police about the state of the pool. Two officers showed up, and I pointed out the car to one of them. I thought they would be able to help with the pool.
Then I tried to find my apartment. I was by the wrong building and couldn't find the corner I needed to take. I passed by some people who saw the confused look on my face. One person looked like Omar from "The Wire." He pointed me in a direction, though I don't think it helped. I tried to find my place by reading the numbers. I wasn't too far. I wished I had noticed what building number I was in.
I finally found my apartment. The door was open, and the blinds were turned to reveal what was inside. My place had been ransacked. I realized that I didn't lock the door. My TV was gone, and so was my stereo. My computer was still there. I was really upset and angry at myself. Then I figured out that it was just a dream, so I could just go back in time and get my TV and stereo back.
This is the most lucid I've been in a dream in a long time. I woke up after realizing it was a dream, but it wasn't instantly afterward, like usual.