Jewess in a Forest – Rachel Kass

Jewess in a Forest

I cry vinegar I

forgive you I

imagine rain, 

dry meadow

quit kvetching, 

night bird 


I’m inappropriate

dinner table

serotonin level


this poem is yeast 

still thinking it will rise

Rachel Kass is working toward her MFA in poetry at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.  Her work can be found on tiny poetry : macropoetics and velvet-tail‘s upcoming Equinox issue. Rachel is an overzealous cat mom, a sock collector and a connoisseur of coloring books. Find out more at

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