Like Oedipus at Colonus, the defeated soul has to find its sense after he grasps the inexorable force of his destiny. The profoundness he had reached through his extreme experiences brought him to a greater understanding and an occult empathy towards the existence. He is in a permanent dialog with his Higher state of consciousness, and he transcends time and space, while he is personifying different characters which are touched by the great damnation, Hamlet, Job, Orpheus and Cain. Far from trying to provide answers, the poems in this collection are recordings of a free inner dialogue similar to a jam session of musicians coming from different musical traditions. Behind the different interpretations, there is the celebration of the unified field, the aura of an expression pushed to the extreme, still kept into the register of human culture.
Readers of “Oedipus frivolity” by Georgel Caldararu are invited to dive deep into the human soul while reading the poems. The author explains that there are two vectors that sustain the structure of the poems. One is generated by the conviction that poetry transcends the individuation and identifies sequences of special and temporal congruence with the eternal archetypes which the author, through deep reflection, life-changing experiences and inner crisis can detect and express. The other is raised by the natural impulse to search the salvation of the soul, to regain its purity and power even in extreme situations where it seems there is no chance anymore.
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