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Dance through the memory palace

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Sunday, April 23 2017

A mostly light and airy dream inside my memory palace. I am dancing through the halls of it, a dance like modern ballet, in motion all the time.   The walls of the first hall are covered with a relief of white porcelain flowers to jog my memory with the story of how the flowers got their colours. A blue-haired girl dressed in a white top and capris dances with me through the names of the colours in all the languages I use.   The next room is smaller and the walls are

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Mindreading

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Saturday, April 22 2017

3. I was judging a beauty pageant and could hear the thoughts of the contestants. At that particular point when the dream started, we were dining in a hotel restaurant. I sat alone at a small round table and listened in on each beauty’s thoughts, not out of curiosity, more out of boredom while waiting for my food. I learned that two of the contestants were pregnant, but were hiding that fact. One of them, a smiley brunette at the nearby table was thinking how badly her swollen legs are hur

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Radioactive (Alternate POV)

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Wednesday, March 29 2017

1. Whole dream in twilight. I’m a young man of about 25; I know that I’m also a sort of mutant that never gets old and that radiation cannot harm me. My job is running along the freight train that transports radioactive materials and make sure nothing gets lost or stolen. I run along the left side of the train; the air is cool and the running comes as easily as breathing. Samuel L Jackson is my colleague who runs along the right side of the train. The train cars shine with eer

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Inherited cosmea garden

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Tuesday, March 28 2017

  I had sneaked in a choir rehearsal with Kiddo. She was chatting to the conductor (Yuri Temirkanov?) while I sat quietly, knitting with dusky pink mohair. The girl next to me was talking to her brother and, as soon as I paid some attention to them, my mind rapidly filled with the images and facts about their lives. They had lived their whole lives in Japan with their Japanese mother, but their Estonian father had recently died and left them a peculiar garden – a wide flower bed li

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The cart before the horse

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Sunday, March 26 2017

5. Hometown, early autumn. I’m walking around the town centre feeling happy and playful. I’m wearing the long black coat that I made when I was 19. Actually, I feel distinctly 19. I notice Ricardo at quite a distance and make up a game in my mind where I’ll run into him as if by accident, pretend not to know him and make his acquaintance again. It turns into quite a chase down the whole length of the High street. I run, laughing and cannot tell whether he has noticed me and

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Harp march, cooking jam and a bit of time travel

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Thursday, March 9 2017

  1. Sunny summer day, unfamiliar dusty road. I’m on a bus with my mother; we both fall asleep. When I wake up, she can barely breathe because of a heart condition. The bus driver says he does not need any problems and kicks us off. I know I have to keep her awake and moving or she’d die. I have a harp strapped across my chest and play an upbeat tune for us to march to. In the dream I realise that I cannot play the harp, but no matter now I touch the strings, it sounds okay.

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Castle Hill

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Saturday, March 4 2017

    2. Me and Kiddo were in what first looked like a church (only saw inside) – huge halls, high vaulted ceilings, lots of candles, white roses and silver ornaments. There was a statue of Virgin Mary and I was surprised when Kiddo crossed herself in front of it. She said she’d been taught that in school. However, the building turned out to be a castle with a café where tourists could have a cup of coffee in the genuine 18th century atmosphere. We did to

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Detained on the border

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Friday, March 3 2017

1. I had gone from Hometown to Belarus on foot. This mostly involved climbing sandy hills overgrown with spring flowers, although at one point I walked through a dimly lit airport and stopped to talk to some Polish guys, telling them that Manchester is a beautiful city, but Colchester is even more so, trying to make use of about a dozen words I know of Polish. On the way back, I got detained at the border. I had a radio in a hip holster and used it to call the border patrol officer of a

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Garden party, tribunal and bookstore

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Wednesday, February 22 2017

1. I lived in an unfamiliar nondescript flat and had neighbours Florence and Florian who were barricading my door with rubbish bags, practically building a wall out of them. I tricked them into removing the bags, although the details of this are fuzzy. I got out and went for a walk in a garden with my mother. It was late summer evening and the garden was exquisite – with small ponds, flowers and trees strung with string lights. Mother told me that she had cooked a piece of honey soap,

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Raft race and malevolent trees

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Tuesday, February 21 2017

1. A win-or-die kind of race in bamboo rafting. Except instead of rafting in a lake or river, I race down a steeply tilted semi-circular concrete drain at a breakneck speed, balancing sideways on a single golden stem and holding another one for balance. The diameter of the drain is only very slightly bigger than my ‘raft’ and am wary of getting my toes shredded.   2. A hillside in a forest. There is not much vegetation under the trees, apart from some white daffod

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