ONE POEM – María Paula Currás

 

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soup of can(not)

make it prescient like fried curly hair
and bold image
warhol-bright so your eyes explode
in a glimpse of ba-ba-boom

you smile your smile
joyce smiles his joy-cetera

don’t let the lyric escape
the subject
don’t let the subject not
be what is seen your – cock – a – doodle – do

classifying fonts or
even
letters of demotivation

poets say what is not
theirs to say
but they don’t care
about possession

that is why
first person pronoun is not
second person possessive pronoun

 

María Paula Currás is a young poet from A Coruña (Spain) who has been writing poetry for almost 11 years. Paula is currently pursuing an PhD in North-American Poetry. As a researcher on contemporary women writers, she has recently focused on authors such as Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Bernadette Mayer, Alice Fulton or Lyn Hejinian.

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