I am Warhol of the screen tests,
filming everything, every day in the Factory
I am Warhol of the screenprints,
endless fascination in the repeated image
I am Warhol of the “banana” cover
sat in the control booth, producing
And I am Warhol of the Campbell’s soup cans,
except I’m hungry, and have opened them.
Adrian Slatcher writes poetry, fiction and music and lives in Manchester. His chapbook “Playing Solitaire for Money” was published by Salt, and he has had poetry and fiction in the Rialto, VLAK, Confingo, Cake and Unthology 4. He blogs about literary matters at artoffiction.blogspot.com
Read ‘Joni’ also by Adrian Slatcher here.