Romance with a will-o’-the-wisp
Third collection of poems, consisting of three parts. While the lyric poetry of wandering develops in the interlude, prelude and postlude unite it into the story.
The poems come across barriers that have mental and social background. If something forbidden appears, it does not involve moral restraint.
Smoke from the Realm of Shadows
This poetry does not promise happiness, and yet it does not forsake beauty. It rather implies other sources of it. Although none of them lies in death, which is placed by poems on throne, the beauty would not be possible without the presence of doom and destruction.
The book, which does not courts readers or critics. Images of violence, suffering and destruction create a background for individual stories, and symbolically reveal that no ideal exists.
Work with atypical themes offers the archetypes game. The characters in unconventional situations rouse by their behaviour, point out the absurdity and tense emotivity.