Rachel Nix

By the bovine’s repose
I know soon the scent of petrichor
will grace the grassland;

and more, the verdure
will not be proof the season has tipped
in favor of cooler spells.

Rachel Nix is a native of Northwest Alabama, where pine trees outnumber people and she likes it. Her work has appeared in Bop Dead City, Melancholy Hyperbole, Up the Staircase Quarterly, and Words Dance. Rachel is the Poetry Editor at cahoodaloodaling and Associate Editor at Pankhearst.

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