Pawel Markiewicz

A tribute to Anna Akhmatova   

By Pawel Markiewicz

We have given a mathematical sum; components are flowers or blossoms, namely: a lady’s slipper’ orchid as well as a bleeding-heart. The flowers of the the lady’s slipper’ orchid are in relation to St. Maria (also in the German name). However: blossoms of the bleeding-heart have the greek naming.

In each lady’s slipper’ orchid a primeval particle of being of Anna Akhmatova (as an Anti-Stalin) lives, whilst in bleeding-hearts my particle of being (of the poet Paweł Markiewicz who has been written in German as Anti-Hitler). These particles are unearthly beautiful, like a wonderful muse of the morning sun in the sky or an aurora at shooting stars. That are spiritualized such an ancient soul, but they are not molecules senso stricto, although they are of different colors. The Anna´s particle is yellow, like the lady’s slipper’ orchid, and Pawel´s particle is purple (or red).

Dye of molecules of both flowers would combine to form a two-color philosophical-poetic star. On earth under the star four beings are marching hand on hand Pawel with his blue soul and Anna with her yellow soul as spirit. Pawel is a human, because he lives. Pawel´s soul is blue, because his poetry ist a beautifying world of heaven. A few places behind them, Hitler and Stalin are walking shoulder to shoulder as black ghosts with gray hazy souls. The star for Paweł and Anna shines in a light and yellow colors and wants to shows them the place – the fairy cave with a Dionysite ambrosia. The same star – but red – blinds and burns Hitler and Stalin.

Hitler wants a treasure of nibelunges, and Stalin wants to have the treasure of the King Solomon. However, they will never win these treasures. 

Anna Akhmatova and Paweł Markiewicz will drink ambrosia before the rain of dreamy Erl-kings …And on the petals of flowers are the titles of the most beautiful poems written in tiny font by a ladybug on the orchid (poems of Anna) and by a firefly on the bleeding-heart (poems by Paweł).

The small poem

Anna, You were a flower

with your heart you looked

at the stars

at trees in the garden

you bathed in the dew

you have cuddled your

head so beautifully

like luck

Lady Gorienko, You were the


you liked everyone

You did not know suffering or regret

you died in the dark

trampled crushed destroyed

like the earth and a man

About vision791

Pushcart nominee Jeanette Cheezum has been published on several online writing sites and in fifteen Anthology books and four poetry books. Three of these books have made the New York Times Best Sellers list. Awarded The Helium Networks Premium Writer’s Badge, Bronze Creative Writing Award and a Marketplace Writers award. Recently she has published fourteen ebooks at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. You may find a list of some of her work at
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