In our text, we start to imagine three Polish literary authors from Czech Těšín Silesia (Henryk Jasiczek, Adolf Dostal and Jan Pyszko) from the standpoint of the relationship of literature and music. These poets have entered into the literature after the II world war and belong to different literary generations. Methodologically assumes the considerations of the Polish author Andrzej Hejmej on the topic of the relationship of literature and music. In the text of our studies are investigat-ing significant musical themes in literary texts and considerate also richly symbolic mu-sic at various levels of the literary language of the text — and, in particular in the area of lexical and euphonically. These events are the characteristics of a literary text. Striking phenomenon is the cooperation with local musicians and composers, poets, who are themselves also, donate non-professional music (Jasiczek, Pyszko). Some of the po-ems were setting for choir, piano accompaniment for the vocals with. Local authors also cooperated with the folk art files (Gorol) or amateur choirs (Melodia). The author of the study is also dedicated to the inclusion of these poets, not only to the regional, but the broader national literary context is the context of the creation — Czech Těšín Silesia authors with poetry Leopold Staff or Tadeusz Różewicz.