A poetry collection in three parts: Awra/Básne prebudenia; Karmakóm//Konverzačné básne; Yangtik/Básne sna a spánku (Awra/Poems of Awakening; Karmakóm/Conversational Poems; Yangtik/Poems of Dreams and Sleep).
The disclaimer "This is not a poetry collection" is written in the introduction of the book Michal Habaj: Michal Habaj, without a doubt inspired by the surrealist and dadasit René Magritte. The eponymous book title quotes the many music albums that carry the name of the singer or of the band which recorded it. It is evident, that this is the poet's flirtation with pop-culture. He works with kitsch, employing low means for high purposes. The result is poetry that is as spectacular as Mona Lisa's smile. In this book intellectual games, typical for Habaj, make room for the need to identify himself within the neverending inner and outer spaces.