The archetype of winter and the aesthetics of disappearance dominate the collection of poetry, which is divided into three sections and smaller cycles. The rich representation of plant-animal motifs in synergy with the human is an attempt to recapture existence in its totality, reaching out to a cosmic soul that includes the gradually disappearing individual being. The return to Sappho is a return to the pure sources of poetry, to the source of beauty and eternity. The approaching of God (death) and the simultaneous unresigned intensification of life as a thickening inward represent the two basic movements of the book. These, however, do not act in opposition but in fusion; the final gesture is surrender to what is to come.