A man’s body is his currency
Burning life upon Facebook friend request
Tendency to burn all the wishes for likes
Or the likes for wishes we like
Are we on the rag?
A rug as the tag…
A fag swing song
In mediocritas thong.
Coexisting without an exit door
We cross check our lives
As soon as we take off
Our vintage clothes
We don’t mind to rewind
The landscapes of a future past
We tend to stress tense the bad
And ugly in us as much as the evil
In others, voices soundtracks
Super helmed in transit
Traffic lights organ tights
Do the spirit erasure
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João Pinho was born in 1992 in Oporto, Portugal, where he currently resides. From an early age he showed an interest in literature. He began poetic writing during high school. He holds a degree in Language, Literature and Culture from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto. He has been publishing his poems since 2007 on the blog “POETA-perdido”. Launched in 2013, a book of poems, author edition with the title “RITOS TIROS FRITOS” and in 2017 by Chiado Editora “ENREDADO”. His poetry has become increasingly experimental and conceptual, approaching the hybridism that so much characterizes contemporary art.
featured image: Bob Modem