by Paweł Markiewicz

My first sole little letter Calling all
ringing so beauteously-muse-like and winged like eternally gentle pinion of a melancholic harp
Dear valued mellow quaint readers-dreamers!

At 5.30 pm the meek time has come with the dream-full inception, so that a new flimsy Sturm and Drang period has begun (the second Sturm and Drang, to wit: the turquoise time). And I am spellbound therefrom simply. Such an one fulfilled miracle with a starry charm of a magic-full summer night has enforced  in some fantasy. Any best poem from me and any glimmer of the philosophy from me haven’t achieved that,  but rather  the most marvelous eyes of my cat such  ghosts, in which the primeval ontologies of the antiquity slumbered in the lyrically Edenic way. The cat has looked at my dog plainly dulcet, what kindled a magical stark of time-philosophy and unveils spirit-like. These sparks aren’t able to be blazing fiercely like a  handful of Luther’s  flames, but they are glowing: tenderly as well as lovingly, in fine: muses-like as enchanted Apollonian moments,  that  touch  deeply everybody’s souls and that cherish a daydreams-wizardry everlasting zeus-like. And this cat is such a dainty dreamy herder of the infinite angelic philosophy and those cats from time immemorial have harbored primeval weird from Egypt.

From cat’s eyes an eternity comes, which came along on my account at that early date At the moment i second era of Sturm and Drang is sparked,  a primeval wild dream is freed and ready for the fantasy of the moon in the wonderful night.

Thee turquoise time – is sore contemporary created and alway internet-oriented. This melancholy-period  comprises all poem in English from contemporary authors, who will write theirs most gorgeous poems  from 1. July to 31. December 2019 and will publish them on sundry internet-pages.
Let this most gorgeous magic dream come true!

About the Author:

Paweł Markiewicz was born in 1983 in Poland (Siemiatycze). He published his English haikus as well as short poems in literary magazines, including Ginyu (Tokyo), Atlas Poetica (U.S.), and The Cherita (U.K.). Recently, he has published some poems in Taj Mahal Review (India) and Better Than Starbucks (U.S.). He has also published poems and and prose at Blog Nostics, to wit: short prose entitled The Druid. Paweł has published more than fifty German-language poems in Germany and Austria and three Polish-language chapbooks in Poland.