Glenn IngersollGlenn Ingersoll

(b. 1965, Anchorage, Alaska) has been writing poetry since high school. Although he writes in a variety of forms, he loves the space of the senryu & haiku, small yet uncrowded. Chapbooks include City Walks (broken boulder) and Fact (Avantacular). Ingersoll lives in Berkeley, California.

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she doesn’t look at me
I don’t look at her
bus stop bench 

Origami Poems mini-chapbook, July 2019

turning page 238 wakes the cat

tinywords issue 16.1, June 2016

sun on one ear
tuning the
ukulele

tinywords issue 15.1, April 2015

 

the pile of whites
returned to the pile of colors
rainy day

brass bell: a haiku journal September 2017

after the swim
sound of water
stuck in my ear 

brass bell: a haiku journal September 2017

a little bitter
is okay
morning coffee

hedgerow: a journal of small poems #55, November 2015