His poetry is transcendent as all work that comes from an endearing human condition in 1941, Manuel Altolaguirre will be the editor of the new book, blood of Spain. Elegy of a people. The light will not see his next poetic book epistolary and other poems until 1952. Complete his poetic work during his stay in Havana with two books published in 1955, Spanish of two shores and his book in Galician Lonxe, both inspired by Spanish themes. In 1973 he published in Spain tribute to Aurelio Arteta, poetry notebook as a homage to the Basque painter. In 1922, in the main theatre of comedy premiered his play with the soul, which said Jacinto Benavente: it seems to Me the hottest defense of Hispanic theater. His most outstanding dramatic works include the scenic bow poem to the Sun, drama of emigration, released on March 5, 1931, in the Teatro Fontalba in Madrid, by the company of Lola Membrives, bonfire of the devil, released April 18, 1931, in the Teatro Rosalia de Castro de La Coruna, by Enrique Borras company, and the daughter of the innkeeper, premiered in Santiago of Chile in 1932, playing the role of protagonist Pepita Serrador.
Other his theatrical works are: the arc of the verbena (1933) and the married without husband (1936), and, finally, will point out the land of olive groves and artisans that were represented by Margarita Xirgu in Buenos Aires, in 1948. Among his books of essays and biographical will quote: Jacinto Benavente: his life and his work (1925), the truth of the Spanish people (1939), family portraits (1945), biographies and essays (1963), about Galdos, Unamuno, Ortega, Menendez Pelayo, Valle-Inclan, Azorin, Ramon Gomez de la Serna, Maranon, and biography Rosalia de Castro (1966), books written with a direct, simple style and revealers of a prose writer of fine sensitivity. And as said this emigrated and Galician exiled, in his constant comings and goings: Galicia, green and sad, mother, / come from the Sun, / come from the wide tropical field / – calm, fire, glow-, / and I find you crying your rain / Meek as a blessing. Francisco Arias Solis no man believes that his situation is free if it is not at the same fair time, nor fair if it is not free.