The article presents interpretations of the little-known late poetry of Tadeusz Miciński from 1914-1915, where the myth of revival occurs. It has been shown that alongside with the myths of individual and national revival found in the writer’s earlier works, there appears the rite of renewal of nature, which functions in the close connection with them in the poems Hymn/Anthem and Widzenie Polski/Vision of Poland. This is the new formula of the author's lyrics. It has been proved that the coherence of the mentioned myths is subordinated to the idea of renouncing personal happiness in favor of the national cause and the vision of resurrection of the homeland (Poland) in specific geographical dimension. Attention was paid to the symbolism of the language of the analyzed texts.