from Bus North Rural night—the lights off in the distance glint like forsythia petals scattered in a parking lot. Anticipation is an act of…Read More
Zach Groesbeck recently returned home to south Texas after living in Washington State, interning at a poetry press. On his morning walks to work, he had a number of brief encounters with deer and other creatures. He would’ve liked for these moments to have lasted longer. He is happy to be back in Texas, thrilled to see the bluebonnets in blossom. Professionally, he works as a full-time journeyman farrier. Find more of his work in The Cortland Review.