By Sanjeev Sethi
Arsey lovers correspond to another clock:
when I was tender scouting for triggers.
Now I seek concurrence. Enough time is
done-in controverting. It has wielded its
pay-off. One has learned debating serves
little purpose. You can never get others
to swing to your side.
Poet Sanjeev Sethi’s most recent collection is This Summer and That Summer (Bloomsbury, 2015). His poems have appeared in Poydras Review, Mojave He[art] Review, Miller’s Pond, Litbreak, Red Savina Review, The Best of Mad Swirl: v2017!, Poetry Super Highway, Formercactus, The Metaworker, and elsewhere.