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“Late evening, on the first of May – The twilit May – the time of love. Meltingly called the turtle-dove, Where rich and sweet pinewoods lay. Whispered of love the mosses frail, The flowering tree as sweetly lied, The rose's fragrant sigh replied to love-songs of the nightingale." Editorial inspired by the poem “May” from Karel Hynek Mácha.
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Late evening, on the first of May—
The twilit May—the time of love.
Meltingly called the turtle-dove,
Where rich and sweet pinewoods lay.

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Whispered of love the mosses frail,
The flowering tree as sweetly lied,
The rose’s fragrant sigh replied
To love-songs of the nightingale.

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In shadowy woods the burnished lake
Darkly complained a secret pain,
By circling shores embraced again;
And heaven’s clear sun leaned down to take
A road astray in azure deeps,
Like burning tears the lover weeps.

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Credits
Art Direction / Markéta Kosinová
Photography / Tomáš Gál
Stylist / Kateřina Hynková
Hair and MUA / Michael Remo Bierrer
Poem / Karel Hynek Mácha

Models
Laura B. / Ely Management


Designers
Michaela Čapková
Beast of the East
Linda Zabilková
Štěpán Růžička 
Tereza Švolíková
Dry Milk of Virgin Mary
Edward Ganoczy 
WI } ŠUM
Adéla Wiesengergová 

Produced with love by SWARM MAG

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