Poetry

The spring awakening

By: Paweł Markiewicz

The springtide wakes up not only in dreams.
The snowdrops blooming in the moony garths.
One listens the propitious paradise.
The dearest graylag geese coming in flocks.

I think of genus Primula from afar.
The wild boar piglets were born in a grove.
I feel springwards the warmness of a soul.
Native dreameries are fulfilled galore.

Springtide be primeval home of Naiads!
I taste the verdure of some climes.
You are dreamy like fairylike bouts.
The friends of springy morn – are tender owls.

I can praise, bewitch Ovidianly.
Thus, I am able to enchant peaceably.

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archaic: garth – garden
genus Primula – primrose
verdure – literary green
bout – dance
morn – morning
springy – vernal
Ovidianly – adverb from Ovidian

Naiad – definition through the haiku:

The tender Naiad
a merest-guardian from the
Greek dreamiest stories

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