Zsuzsanna Peremartoni currently lives in Budapest. She wrote her first poems at the age of 16. At the age of 23 she lived and worked in Germany as a ceramic assistant. Exhibited in Helsinki, Vienna. Her first volume was published in 2016, followed by four more volumes of poetry. In 2018, she was the producer of a jazz poetry CD release. She has been listed in USA, as a next-generation beat poet since September 2020.
Her own CD was released in February 2021 in memory of Australian poetess Judith Wright. Poems with a didgeridoo accompaniment.
She also had two photo exhibitions in 2020 and 2021 in Budapest.
Your dream will be short,
like the smile of a pretty girl
which gives a little more hope
if you can go further.
My present is so fast now
yet it’s constant and timeless.
I’m looking into the mirror,
on my distorted self,
Your trip, your sped up present
escape to a certain future
followed by white lines
road signs, that are not important now