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Paweł Markiewicz was born 1983 in Poland (Siemiatycze). He published his english haikus as well as short poems in the best literary magazines of world such as: Ginyu (Tokio), Atlas Poetica (USA) or The Cherita (UK). Recently he has published a long poem in by Tajmahal Review (India) and Better Than Starbucks (USA). He published furthermore his poems and prosa in Internet: Blog Nostics - to wit his mystical flash- the Druid... about fungi...

Paweł has published more than 40 poems in German in Germany and Austria and 3 chapbooks in Polish in Poland.



6 poetical figures have been descripted with synonymic words in color blue (after the sign =) by me in this poem. Additionally each of them says the most beautiful haiku about BEAUTY (in the brackets, in color orange).

The night mood of the beaches

the heavenly cute Atlantic!

the infinitely sonorous California Bay!

the dreamlike eternal Lake Ontario!

all these places enchanting a night goddess

= starry lady with comet dust

(the fog over me

lava is flowing slowly

in rhythm of spiders)

so that more seagulls are touching breakers

sirens sitting on beaches and sleeping

= miracle of winged poets

(dew in the ewer

I’m drinking like ambrosia

with melancholy)

they - from the sea depth -

tell the fisherman

a legend about a pirate treasure

when the ebbs are carrying sea feelings

a night flood is just beginning

Poseidon is there

= magican and the dreams fulfilled in pearls

(winged poetry

angels are flying in pairs

above volcano)

he is showing me a thousand shells

I am simply shrouded in tidal melancholy

on the beach you can hear the winged trembling of terns

= charmant wings of melancholy

(the fog above me

all dreams are being fulfilled

in ways to the stars)

a seal is resting

waiting for sea loneliness

and perpetuates the most beautiful sea feeling

in the dreamy fantasy

the fisherman on the beach

= man that loves each red sun in the morning

(ewer and calyx

the dew is being cooled here

ready to drink it)

counting the philosophical night stars

the first waves at night

are enchanting me after the last sunset

in the paradisiacal night stars

I am finding the loneliness of the spirit

I am building a fairytale sand castle on the dune

and what is my dearest angelic

homeland´s friend doing - the moon - asking my soul

it is sending the sea of lights

I am dwelling on the every light as well

a noble king-of-the-Alps

the little light from the moon conjuring up

also a necklace from small seaweed

at the bust of seafaring fairy

= clandestine paths to poetry souls

(poetries with wings

winged angels in glory

heaven loves the world)


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