By Sanjeev Sethi
Collectanea of ache beetles over sleep.
Interludes weigh on sense and spirit by
bringing to light alethic notions that are
often neglected. Pitchpersons of probity
own channels that trot out truth. Some
peck at their plates, scrunch and swallow
bones, others unfold orts and oddments.
Both are heritors of heartbreak.
Sanjeev Sethi is the author of three books of poetry. His most recent collection is This Summer and That Summer (Bloomsbury, 2015). A Best of the Net nominee (2017 & 2018), his poems are in venues around the world: Poydras Review, Mojave He[art] Review, Miller’s Pond, Litbreak, Red Savina Review, Blognostics, Formercactus, The Five-Two, Ink Pantry, and otherwhere. He lives in Mumbai, India.