Unendingly Picturesque: A Pulchritudinous Sonnet

I am through a superb window---looking. An angel of feeling awakes in me. The dreamy oak-trees stand alway* leafless. The native auspicious cue** is…


The Spring Awakening: The Sonnet

The springtide wakes up not only in dreams. The snowdrops blowing in moony garths.* One listens to propitious paradise. The dearest graylag geese…


The Shakespearian Sonnet About My Dog

You hound are a starry night over fog, fallen in love with the Epiphany. The moon may be mine! Told the moony dog. With you tender garden---is so…


The Dreamery Inshore

A dreamed ship has gone aground at the most marvelous and dreamiest afterglow. The mast adverts to orientation of a tender Morning star. Seafarers…


Sonnet About the Fallen Moon and Morning Star

Heavenly sailorling spy out the wan light-sheen of star. Baffling unearthly time: weird having just thieved by elves. One of pale mornings longs for…


“The Night (Poem with Archaic-Poetical Words)” and “And Time and Again”

The Night (Poem with Archaic-Poetical Words) If it becomes darkly in me the meek dream comes into being almost never the mind sleeps in the Dark the…


Confession of the Poetical Firefly to the Muse-Butterfly of Poesy

You must excuse me. You dear dreamer! I have overly felt my dreamery about Golden Fleece. I built my small paradise without any other ontological…


Night-Dreaming

I have dreamed during the whole night. A dreamy Erlking has come to me with his wizardry of muses. I opened my dear soul for his fulfilment as well…


In the Meekest Dreamery

the dreamed red sun of the morning--- thus I get tender letters. On wings of the morning glow--- I fly into lands of butterfly-like hearts. In my…


About Politics

I am standing before a cute mirror, therethrough looking, and I see there Prometheus, his torches with fires, a weird-like ash, a poetical comet as…