At this crucial moment of personal and social transformations, poetry, more than ever, must be a bonfire that warms us and illuminates us with its deepest flame from the song of life in all its infinity of nuances and forms. It is not an easy task, but twelve renowned poets have accepted this challenge of horizons and offer us as many unpublished lyrics that form a unique frieze of looks and approaches to visible and invisible dimensions.
The self rocked by the anguish of change and progress, the need to find meaning in life and death, the search for harmony with the environment or the doubts and fears of the path to take float in these collections of poems made for this volume as a warning of shipwrecks and hopes.
Antonio Colinas, Antonio Lucas, Aurora Luque, Carlos Pardo, Chantal Maillard, Clara Janés, Fermín Herrero, Jorge Riechmann, Luisa Castro, Raquel Lanseros, Vanesa Pérez-Sauquillo and Vicente Gallego make up this flock of nightingales that give us unprecedented songs for a new world. To them is added the epilogue of the poet, writer and university professor José María Parreño, who elaborates a lyrical essay that illuminates the destruction of the bond that makes the human being part of Nature.