A collection of poems with the motif of a garden. The author examines spiritual forms of gardens as spaces of words, of lasting and cooling and chaos, of getting lost in the snow. Artificial gardens are present as well: the Borges garden or the black-square garden or the garden of the body -- even the garden from a dream with its last sentence of sleep. The garden of language is -- out of all the rest of the gardens -- the only one spreading out everywhere like an ever-changing life form, the garden of language is the garden where our life takes place. Both life thought and life sensed. The life of language speaks from the gardens of reciprocated love.