Angela Terry

Sequim, Washington

Angela Terry is a Seattle-area poet who started writing haiku in 2004, although her interest in the genre extends back decades. Her work has been published in a number of print and online journals and anthologies, and has won awards in contests in the United States, Canada, Croatia, and Japan. She currently serves as Washington regional coordinator for the Haiku Society of America and as president of Haiku Northwest, and has served on the executive committee of the Haiku Society of America.

flood tide—

watching the sun

reclaim the sky

how differently

we see the sky

blue morpho

blue sky

the silence between us

stretches its limits

a taste of apple wine

the deepening dusk

of river light

all these things I’d do

if only . . .

persimmon sky