Two Poems By Sanjeev Sethi

Mixed Bag
Beaucoup palpations 
made valuable
in my think tank. 
Dipsosis needs to be doused: 
to keep it à cheval. 
This seems off base 
in a generation when orgasm 
has a public face. Minutia 
and images of lover are laid out. 
A few hours later 
epiphanies on the twilight zone: 
suck face and solace. 
In wintertime: 
cast my heart 
as your hibernaculum.  
Notion of breathing: 
blood-warm drafts sacralize 
our deduction.
Pronounced ego, blunted 
by egret’s refusal to bow 
to whims of your 35mm.
I posed in affectations 
of your art. I glean retrofitting 
is an ongoing process.
Passengers all: 
let magnanimity
mow the meadow. 

Sanjeev Sethi is published in over 30 countries. He has more than 1350 poems printed or posted in literary venues. He is the joint-winner of Full Fat Collection Competition-Deux organized by the Hedgehog Poetry Press. Recent credits: Lummox Poetry Anthology # 9, Pomona Valley Review, Ephemeral Elegies,Cajun MuttPress,The Cannon’s Mouth, Otoliths, and elsewhere. He lives in Mumbai, India.

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