Jakob’s fundamental poetic procedure of assembling or collage should be interpreted in accordance with poetic credo of absorbing and reflecting the world in poetical, impressionist images. Jakob does not resort to assembling technique in order to manipulate the world or the readers but in order to capture trifling moments and occurrences so that he can render them in their uniqueness and thus differentiate them from everything else in a poem of opposing moments and occurrences. Jakob’s poetry is therefore a poetry of an attentive beholder, though simultaneously a beholder capable of abstracting anything that is, both for his poetry and his readers, a bounding realisation. Therefore in his poetry we find lines such as “The life goes by as if we are / Gone / And we comply”, or “Sometimes the night shrinks back / And there are lips, moist and pure”. Ethics, a feel for details and atmosphere of a poem, as well as a subtle usage of assembling technique, all feature Jakob’s poetry.