"These poems by Daniel Rodríguez Moya have decided to speak to us in a low voice. What are they talking to us about? It would be more pertinent to ask what these poems expect of us. They expect us to feel the fear in things, the eternal murmuring, "enveloping everything.". But also they expect our complicity: someone who speaks to us in a low voice asks us to listen to him, to get closer to him. To participate in the communion that good poems always offer us."
Translation Gordon E. McNeer
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