The first installment in the series, Celestial Cadences of the Heart, Mind, and Soul, The Rhythms of Life is packed with a total of 51 poems, all of which were inspired by a myriad of experiences; some small and some grand. The poems, being multifarious in their content, serve as a universal kaleidoscope for Life itself. From the opening lines of Life of a Gun to the conclusion of the title poem, this book is perfect for any reader craving a new literary experience.
D. M. Delgadillo, although a young poet, has plenty to offer, which is evident through his use of multiple-rhymes, complex cadences, flurries of imagery and his balance of straightforwardness and complexity. His writings do not adhere to preset structures, but have the fluidity inherent in the art of spoken word. When citing the inspirations for the manner in which he formulates his lines, he lists several artists from the rap/hip-hop genre. He has learned from listening to their songs and thus, endeavors to deliver consistent, high-caliber work.