The Poetic Equation of Forms and Ideas, A Review of XEOTEOX by Edwin Torres

Poetry is a playground for language, and for years poets have used words to warp the line between story and art. Edwin Torres offers readers a balancing act between Plato’s Theory of the Forms and Dadaism, hybridizing visual art with the written word. The visualization of language is just as important as the sound, and both carry the critical weight of Torres’s messages throughout. With a background in graphic design, the shape of Torres poetry is geometric and complex, like code written by the human soul. It is the unionof the human language-numbers, words, and form-and the reconciliation of our symmetrical and chaotic natures that Torres uses to explore these unpredictable times and uncert

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