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Poem
of the Week
August 22, 2016
by
Vijay Seshadri

In its attempt to notice the rarely noticeablephones, neighbors, coworkers—Vijay Seshadri makes his readers suspicious. Beneath the appearance of the quotidian in this poem, we sense that some mechanism is churning, whether it's the clandestine forces of government intelligence, or the capacious imagination of the watchful poet who has alerted us to frequencies we usually can't quite hear.—Susannah Sharpless, editorial assistant

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