11TH ISSUE Heart Of Literature

Poemlet about philosophy. The dreamy manifesto.

Pawel Markiewicz

It can convert red fire of the Spartacist Uprising into azure felicity of the philosophy

in feline eyes
something hoary is enforcing
an Egyptian glint
as if a pharaoh would
work magic the ontology
nature is able to conjure
effulgence of being in aesthetics
which likes daydreams
the ontology makes vestige
of an Erlking betimes
otherwhiles the logic becomes
moony – ensorcelled so propitious
such a fantasy
thus the logic becomes star
over Kant and us
the dream of bee-like being
like an angelic melancholy
charmed aesthetics
aestival ghosts are dancing
for the sake of kings of muses
the philosophy
is dreaming in summer of strenght
of logical fulfillment
Kant is singing along gingerly
of epistemology
the melancholia
is performing magic for ever and ever
with shininess of the logic
waft of the onthologies
is thereof entirely awoken
the air smells of
the Kants time of the eternity


Pawel 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 some poems 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… Pawel has published more than 50 poems in German in Germany and Austria and 3 chapbooks in Polish in Poland. His experimental poem will be published in South Africa 2019. 

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