I am very pleased
An enemy of the mounted police, the petty bourgeoisie and its publicist poets, Efraín Huerta (1914-1982) devoted poems to Hemingway, "Che" Guevara, Roque Dalton and Javier Heraud, among many others, as well as to landscapes of Puebla and Oaxaca, avenues, streets and old bars of Mexico City. He recommended, long before Charles Bukowski, that poets should drink to infinity, "until the black night and the sour dawn." A large part of his work, however, stands outside that darkness and melancholy. These are the “poemínimos”, which may be considered homologous to the antipoetry and artifacts of Nicanor Parra.