A collection of poetry titled Fragments of Chinese Porcelain by Ksenija Premur nurtures her roots in the best groves of modernism and new intimism as witnessed in her earlier published works – collections of poetry From Coast to Coast and Madrigal for the Summer. In the collection Fragments of Chinese Porcelain Ksenija Premur introduces a poetic world existing simultaneously at the levels of dreams and reality, a favourite motif the author used in some of her prose, particularly in short stories. This collection of poems was inspired by a movement of new intimism in conteporary poetic production, and is characterised by clarity, lucidity and impressiveness of clear images intertwining in poetic reflections thus creating a powerful aesthetic impression. Poems have erotic and reflexive character, bringing intimate relationship of the author towards deeply experienced impressions of quotidian reality and her broken “fragments”. Subconscious flows in profound self-reflection mirror a double world of “me” and “un-me”, inner and outer, subjective and objective, and all that, as the title of the collection implies, in “fragments”, random observations, lightly implied suggestions, irrelevant trifles and mundane images melting into a colourful mosaic that sustain and unite deeply experienced moment of poetic reflections. This collection undoubtedly comprises melting of author’s profound philosophical contemplations of fundamental questions of existence that cannot be expressed in any other way but in “fragments”, cut-outs and reflections of the reality in a cunning poetic subject of experience and expression. The author uses Chinese porcelain in the very title which implies her long-term studies of Eastern philosophical traditions she reaches for even in her poetic inspirations.