road in cerrado
a man in black and black hat
travels in a bus
looking out the window
the burnt vegetation
take coal to furnaces
the birds go away the soil dries
the animals die
the water dries the rivers dry
the water disappears
the birds do not perch
the steel is heavy on the man in black
his horse ran away.
Poem from book Trincheira de espelhos 
Poem from book Trincheira de espelhos 
Poem-object, in inflatable plastic bag, with texts in two dead languages and two modern languages printed, cut out, folded and mixed. It talks about the fragmentation of the languages that formed part of out written language. This work was shown in the exhibition Palavreiro, at the Rio de Janeiro Museum of Fine Arts, in an installation-process, with zipped plastic bags representing a form of poetic interpretation (dust from poems, poem with “mylar” lens, resembling immersion in water, air from spoken words, everyday objects, minerals, etc). The participant were: Lygia Pape, Ricardo Basbaum, Adolfo Montejo Navas and Cristina Pape. Parts of this installation were displayed at América Latina House (DF) and in the exhibition Obranome-2, at República Museum (DF), 2008.
THE MAGNETIC HEART VALVE
ONE TO THE ARMS OF
BUYS GLASS EVEN FIBRE
SCATHING LOOK PUBLICITRÍCIA
VISION OF WHEELS
FACE BUYS TELE
CARDS METAL OF
RUBBER THE FLOOR
WiNDOW OF ATTRACTS EYES
SELLS THEM TO HYPNOTIC
STOPPED IN THE PLANT ARMS OF
MATTER AND MEN
ALL THE CRYING
IN PLASTIC OF THE
COMPUTER SELLS TIME
OF A MAKING DELIVERY
Consumo 44  Cover and poem of the book Consumo 44 [Consumption 44], written on the first computer installed at the Brazilian Senate (DF), using a software that mixed the words of a text and printed them out. The book was clandestinely printed, resulting in an edition of 100 copies on perforated paper. None of the books had the same word order of the original poem.
that truck that took us prisoners
still prowls the city streets
and those prison walls still hear our hymns
in ceará someone still recalls
that são paulo keeps their fingerprints
in an archive in a basement full of cockroaches
PFirst poems published [1966-1968] Poetic experiments published in the Literary Supplement of Correio Católico de Uberaba by Guido Bilharinho, who, in the 1970s, became editor of the contemporary poetry magazine Convergência (Uberaba, MG).
Visual poem “7 SETEMBRO 74” with sheet music of a sound poem for radio and tape recorder  Green felt-tip pen on paper and cassette tape.
estas montanhas me lembram
algo que já vivi
como aquelas aquarelas
que nunca terminaram
Poema “Cordilheiras”, poem from book poETa clandestino
Cover of the book clandestine poET  Cover design by Bel Martins and Xico Chaves.
Process-poems with Letraset on paper 
Um minuto de barulho / ninguém morreu / tudo preto  Poem-object in two envelopes: one with black paper glasses and another with black paper only
Poem from the book poETa clandestino 
1 km of poetry – Instantaneous flow of thought and creation  Visual poem/invitation and postal measurement of an intervention with 1 km of poems and paintings on perforated paper in the gardens of Glass Hall of PUC-Rio, in the event “Projeto Rádio Novela,” conceived and produced by the multimedia Rádio Novela group.
PIPA  Book-poster with 100 poems written between 1968 and 1976. PIPA is also a self-portrait of the artist.
Poem “Geração mimeógrafo", poem from book poETa clandestino 
PPxs  Visual poems with Letraset leftovers on paper, scratched with craft knives. Canson paper. Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm.
impressions about the work
conceptual, my dear watson.
poetry is inside everyone
1 km can be
1 mm 1 mm
is worth more
make your move
“ágil lygia” (agile lygia) 
Graphic poem in memory of the artist Lygia Pape, published in the electronic magazine Polêmica Imagem, organized and edited by Kenny Neoob, UERJ.
Lygia Pape with Xico Chaves and two mangos from Pirenópolis. National Brasília Hotel (DF)  Photos: Miriam Pires.
Poem-object intercalary 03 - cement, minerals, glass and paper. Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 3 cm.