Dreams into Days

From IMMORTAL DREAMS Milenko Županovic’ takes us into PSALMS OF LAST DAYS….

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staring down the Apocalypse while facing demons and ghosts and a crisis faith through the ages and beyond. The Poet continues to tread through the mystic territory of prophecy, despair and redemption.

Does he find it? Will you find it? Were you even looking for it and are you or are not looking for it after reading the words, experiencing sometimes bleak divine visions and contemplating what salvages the soul inside or rather what disturbs the void beneath the skin.

Featuring work previously published in VOICES FROM THE FIRE vol. 1 and 3 which is further enhanced by the tapestry woven by Županovic’ in a towering amalgamation of natural theology and Apocalyptic revelations born of turmoil and a self-loathing love for all that constitutes humanity reaching toward an unfathomable eternity sealed with a paradise kiss or the flames of the inferno rendering the soul into ash blown into the dark void of a forgettable desolation, echoes of what maybe the figures we believe are dancing in the kingdom which could be already here, or somewhere else or even never exist at all.

Perhaps the covenant is broken.

Storm

Rituals

of time

in the heart

 of faith

the prayer

of heaven

in the storm

of death.

Illusion

Secret

window

in the desert

lost

faith

in the land

of illusion.

If you liked what you read definitely check PSALMS OF LAST DAYS and pick up IMMORTAL DREAMS if Županovic’s style tickles your fancy…it’s a far cry from some of the stuff DFP usually publishes and is definitely a voice needed to be heard to help unlock confined perceptions and further nurture the seeds of contemplation.

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Milenko Županović was born in 1978 in Kotor (Montenegro). By profession he is a graduate marine engineer, but in his free time, he writes poetry and short stories. His  poems and other work have been published in The Stray Branch ,Mad Swirl,The Horror Zine,Antarctica journal,Mobius,Vox Poetica,Ascent Aspirations Magazine,The South Townsville micropoetry journal,Rio Negro Magazine,Axxon,Balkanski književni glasnik,Versewrights journal, Ariel Chart,Nova Fantasia,TreeHouse Arts,Emitor,Rusty Truck,Rasputin:A Poetry Thread,Every Day Poems, La Ira de Morfeo,Down in the Dirt,Edizioni Scudo,Tragovi,Full of Crow,Poets International,Kišobran,Osvit,Revista miNatura,Eridan,SF Almanah Terra,Lupo della Steppa,Književni Kutak,Breves no tan breves,Illumen, and many  magazines, blogs and websites, mostly in the Europe, U.S. and in Latin America.

Many of his poems have been published in poetry collections and anthologies. In 2010 he wrote and published his first book, a collection of stories, and he also written and published few collections of poems (ebooks).

In 2015 he wrote and published his second book, a collection of stories and poetry.In 2016 he wrote his third book , a mini collection of  poetry Testament of Ancestors  (published in USA, project Poems for all).

His books Martiri , Simboli Segreti , Rituali Sacri and Collina di teschi were published in italian language by Edizioni  Scudo.His chapbook The Blood of Poets  was published by Scars Publications.His ebook   Ghost  of   prophets was published by  The Argotist online.His brochure –collection of prose and devotional poems Dreams of Gods was published by Mount  Abraxas Press.

 His chapbook Immortal Dreams was published by Dumpster Fire Press.

Milenko is an ethnic Croat and lives in the town of Kotor (Montenegro) with his wife and 3 sons.

Email:milenkozup@t-com.me

Stay surreal everyone, August has both been awesome and an agony…

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