Reliance – a poem by Sanjeev Sethi

Reliance


Yesterday informed me of a morrow
with no sunlight. In this ill-timed 
ingathering duds outplace dividends. 
Artistic aura negates the course for me. 
When the unexpected crosses my curve, 
I sift: crevasses are a part of the sketch 
of my inhabitancy. Slights leave me 
loose. His lambency counters the cue.

Sanjeev Sethi has authored five books of poetry. He is published in over thirty countries. His poems have found a home in more than 390 journals, anthologies, and online literary venues. Recent credits: Stand Magazine, Litter Magazine, The Recusant, The Lake, Roi Fainéant Press, and The Dillydown Review. He is the joint-winner of Full Fat Collection Competition-Deux, organized by The Hedgehog Poetry Press UK. He is in the top ten of the erbacce prize 2021 UK. It has over twelve thousand and five hundred entries. He lives in Mumbai, India.  

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