This poem from Clark Ashton Smith (CAS) hearkens back to his earliest published verse, particularly from The Star-Treader and Other Poems (1912). Although it wasn't published until 1933 (in a fanzine), it may well have been written earlier, since the style is so reminiscent of early poems from his first collection.
Particularly notable is the use of two long stanzas, each containing a single sentence. Although each of these stanzas uses additional punctuation for pacing, it seems as though CAS' intent was for each to be read at a fairly manic pace.
While the poem definitely has some vivid language, overall it does seem like a minor effort, competent but without any particular spark to bring it to life in the reader's mind.