Gopal Lahiri a poet and critic from Kolkata, India reviews Sanjeev Sethi’s Bleb (Published by Hybriddreich Ltd, Scotland – 2021) calling it an inward journey
- ISBN: 978-18-734127-6-3
- Published by: Hybriddreich Ltd, Scotland (www.hybriddreich.co.uk )
Perhaps more than most genres, poetry depends for its power on the precision of words and language. But it is the ambiguity which gives it its delicate charm. The impact of pure poetry at the end depends largely on resonance, rhythm and wordplay. Poetic effect is based not always on rational or moral persuasion but, rather, on a feeling of wonder that is produced as a kind of ecstasy and coup de foudre.
In his engaging book titled ‘Bleb’, Sanjeev Sethi brings the intrinsic nuances of the language, subtle and ingenious, that lies beneath the thoughts and delivers the results recorded in the emotional registers. His poems can provide a sense of connection. He makes the poetry richer in its very own way with its streams of language, word inventions, and creative associations.