|Intro||Poet and dramatist|
|A.K.A.||Daniel Czepko, Czepko, Daniel Czepko von Reigersfeld|
|Was||Poet Author Lawyer Poet lawyer Writer|
|Birth||23 September 1605, Koskowice, Poland|
|Death||9 September 1660, Wołów, Poland (aged 55 years)|
Daniel Czepko von Reigersfeld (1605–1660) was a German Lutheran poet and dramatist, known for his mystical verse influenced by Jacob Böhme. "Czepko" was his family name, so he is commonly known as Daniel Czepko.
His father was a Lutheran pastor. He studied medicine at Leipzig, and then went to Strasbourg to study law. He became acquainted with Matthias Bernegger, before returning to Silesia.
Czepko wrote a collection of religious epigrams, the Sexcenta Monodisticha Sapientum. It was an influence on Angelus Silesius.