Sinta--interesting layout! I wonder what card would serve best as the dream card? 2/Cups or The Moon.....
Got this spread out of the book "Tarot for Every Day" by Cait Johnson--it's called "The Owl" spread--and it sounds right not only for interpeting dreams, but for this owlish time of year.
Lay out is:
Imagine a soaring owl, wings spread. 1 and 2 are the eyes, 3 is the beak. In the original, 4, 5, 6, and 7 are the wings, but I felt it needed ears (yeah, I know those that seem to have "ears" really have just feathers, but an owl's sense of hearing is so amazing!) and so I added them in as 4 and 5. The rest are the wings.
Here's how it's read:
1 and 2: The owl eyes--show you something you didn't see before--or put matters into a new light. What did you miss there in the dark that these tarot eyes will help you see? Or, in your case, what clues may you have missed that were there in your dream? Symbols to interpet?
3: What you need to speak out about (hoot) or incorporate into your life (feed on)--what will sustain you? Perhaps what you need to say in order to be heard--or perhaps just where you need to go sit and eat while waiting to see your guy again.
4 and 5: What you need to listen for--clues, ideas, messages--what your own heart might be telling you. The answers to your questions--which way to fly--might be out there.
6, 7, 8, and 9: Wings. Here's what the book says: "Owl flies silently through the night, brushing our sleeping faces with her soft wings, bringing us dreams. Your magickal wing cards show you what you need [to do? to get?] in order to soar, giving you information about bringing your dreams into manifestation."
Hope this helps! Oh, and as added inspiration: http://www.owlpages.com/species/gallery.html