Angiola Inglese

Angiola Inglese

Born: November 29 1946 in Margherita Ligure, Liguria, Italy
Resides: Pederobba, Veneto, Italy
E-mail: ingleseangiola (at) gmail (dot) com

After having taught math and science at middle school, now I am retired. From a few years I am impassioned haiku, I started reading classical authors, attracted by the brevity and rhythm of the verse; an image that runs out in seventeen syllables was a perfect thing for me. Lately I have started to appreciate haiku written in English, synthetic and modern. I am spending a part of the year in the Veneto countryside, the rest of the time I live near the sea, in Liguria; in haiku I find the possibility to translate into a few syllables the amazement of nature and the everyday reality that I find in my garden and my sea.
I had publications in The Mainichi, Otata, Failed Haiku, Bonsai, Brass Bell, Cattails, Chrysanthemum, Haiku Masters, Haikuniverse, The Heron's Nest, Incense Dreams, The Mamba, Memorie di una geisha, The Asahi Shimbun, tinywords, Wales Haiku Journal, World Haiku Review, The Haiku Foundation features .

Awards and Other Honors: Honorable mention in the 21st Mainichi Haiku Contest 2017; Haiku in English of The Mainichi: Best of 2017; The Top ten European Quarterly Kukai, Winter 2017; The European Top 100 haiku authors in 2017

Books Published: Work : Hedgerow #121, Oct. 2017 print issue, ed .Caroline Skanne; Blithe Spirit Vol 28. no. 1, 2018; Ephemerae, Vol. 1.A, April 2018, ed. Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy; Haiku Anthology Vol.1 and Vol.2 (2017), Vol.3 (2018), Haiku University, ed. Saku publishing Co. Ltd.

Selected Work
 
too small
to see the moon―
two steps back
 
family quarrel
concentric rings
of the onion
 
 
 
poppy―
color of the wind
near the rails
 
clouds―
a few drops
of probability
 
 
 
far thunder―
how long without hearing
a reproach
 
Fibonacci spiral
the cosmic form
of the shell
 
 

Credits: "too small" – The Mainichi March 12, 2018; "family quarrel" – Honorable mention in the 21st Mainichi Haiku Contest 2017; “poppy” – Cattails April, 2018; “clouds” - The Heron's Nest Vol. XIX. no. 3, Sept. 2017; “far thunder” – tinywords, Nov. 28, 2017; “Fibonacci spiral” – Blithe Spirit Vol. 28. no. 1, Feb. 2018

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