Along with being a high school running coach and teacher, Steve K. Bertrand, of Mukilteo, is also a haiku poet and author. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Along with being a high school running coach and teacher, Steve K. Bertrand, of Mukilteo, is also a haiku poet and author. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

From midnight snacks and Buddha to traffic jams and his wife

A high school running coach and teacher, Steve K. Bertrand writes poetry books on the side.

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