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techno songs about heaven play on radio by mud howard (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

techno songs about heaven play on the radio by mud howard in the South they skin snakes summer is clean and streaked with bodies the soft, mouldy eye of the storm winks & your gift is your shyness the synthesizer urges you to come forward place your hands on the magic amputated strips of astroturf… Read More techno songs about heaven play on radio by mud howard (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

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Shadows by Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani Mina Ray (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

Shadows by Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani Mina Ray City noises unfold slowly crystals of sound On the borders of her mind the memory of the dream, the azure blue cup she is holding in her hand A dream of shadows moving against the backdrop of a white screen shadows dancing furiously fluid forms a feeling of being… Read More Shadows by Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani Mina Ray (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

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Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani in the Spotlight

Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani (pen name: Mina Ray), whose poem ‘Shadows is published in the second issue of Lucent Dreaming, was born in Zagreb.  She is trilingual and has a multicultural background (Algerian mother/Croatian father). She moved to London in 1995. Jasmina started writing multilingual poetry in 2014. Her poems have been published in Great Britain, Canada and… Read More Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani in the Spotlight

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The Ascent of Idris by William Christofides (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

The Ascent of Idris by William Christofides We ascended Cadair Idris the stone throne of Merlin At his footstool a silver lake mirrored majestic peaks In his rocky chambers we dined and tuned our voices We shouted for delight our joyous chorus echoed The lake eternally remains silent and tranquil       We made our grim… Read More The Ascent of Idris by William Christofides (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

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Stop Grieving by Sneha Subramanian Kanta (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)

Stop Grieving by Sneha Subramanian Kanta upon visiting the grave of Désirée. Holland, 2015 “harmonise” – George Eliot and pause to record the width of sullen in this empty night how autumn needs dark to layer thick blankets of foliage two kapok leaves rest over the spine of a book that cradles you when dusk embraces… Read More Stop Grieving by Sneha Subramanian Kanta (Lucent Dreaming Issue 2)