La lira de la ira and some irate lyrics
Santiago Daydí-Tolson’s latest poetry collection is a meditation on life and the human condition. Compiled from works written over three decades, it documents his devotion to writing poetry as an intimate intellectual and spiritual discipline. The poems, written mostly in Spanish but with some in English, tap into the haunting enchantment of the physical world and commune with all manner of terra’s creatures. Above all, Daydí-Tolson develops the lyrics of expression, communication, misdirection, and paradox. His aesthetically communicative use of poetic language provides the reader with an emotional understanding of the human spirit and its conflicts.
“The poet’s soul is haunted and melancholy, his mythology a profound personal theology, his two-sided, double-talking tongue as sharp as a scalpel slashing witticisms.”
—Gary Francisco Keller “El Huitlacoche,” author of Real Poetría
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