The Dragonfly and The Red Tulip combined in one book. The title, Daylight, is inspired by a hybrid tulip of the “Kaufmanniana” type, a fascinating flower of a brilliant red colour, with a yellow nuance at its base. It blooms early
and opens with a shine when the sunrays reach it. The author, Lisa Di Giovanni, with this collection compares her complete literary production and among compositions that talk about life, feelings and love, there are in contrast even stories that are different
and set in diverse time, but with one leitmotif: love. It’s a varied book and among poems, stories and considerations, the poetess travels a path where, through her inner exploration, she communicates with herself and her soul, in order to bring to the
surface a determined self, through her words one can discover the hidden sides of the men and women of this century. The writer touches universal themes, asks questions, rids herself of the masks and between one verse and the other, she faces change.