In his fifth book of poetry, A. S. Maulucci writes of his impressions of the culture and customs of Mexico, the country he has made his home since 2007. With a painter's eye for details (he is also a visual artist) and a poet's sensibilities, he writes of the small and the ordinary things that are the secret windows into the deeply meaningful and the profoundly spiritual. He describes the beauty of Mexico that is ignored by the news media -- the beauty of the landscape and its native inhabitants. As Octavio Paz has said, Mexico is a labyrinth of solitude. Maulucci travels through the maze that is Mexico with his senses alert and his heart open to the joys, passions, sorrows, and suffering of the people in this land of sun and stone.
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