Metamorphosis






Metamorphosis
 
 

In those eyes oceans lose their way.

Music breaks into a new note: home

finds its hue. Roads stop competing.

Even loneliness finds something to

laugh about. Tonneau is tested. The

rumble seat holds empty bags. Proud

as pismires we flourish in formicaries.

Even in transactional frameworks certain

pacts are clued onto the unknown.

Chasing new curves results in rent. Is

transformation always positive?

  

Sanjeev Sethi

 

 
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 2017 nominee, his poems are in venues around the world: The Stray Branch, Ann Arbor Review, Empty Mirror, First Literary Review-East, Right Hand Pointing, Peacock Journal, Grey Sparrow Journal, The Synesthesia Anthology: 2013-2017, Scarlet Leaf Review, London Grip, Peeking Cat Anthology 2017, Communicators League, and elsewhere. He lives in Mumbai, India.

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