Saturday, February 28, 2015

Haiku--By Ron C. Moss--Australia

mountain tarn
white tea-tree blossom
on the wallaby bones

dry billabong
the colours of moonlight
in the flame trees

dog star . . .
a hammering goes on
in the darkness

old friends
mountain peaks reappear
in the fog

Sunday prayers
a pot of red geraniums
in the light

Ron C. Moss is a Tasmania visual artist, poet and lover of haiku. His poetry has won international awards and been translated into several languages. Ron's art is sold as limited edition-prints and originals. He has been featured in poetry journals and has designed several award winning poetry books.  Ron is a two time winner of the Haiku Society of America International renku competition, and he is a current member on the Haiku Society of America. Please check out Ron’s


  1. Dear Ron
    lovely work indeed
    best always angelee

  2. Ron, there is something very poignant and striking about your Haiku that rings a bell with the reader. Very creative! Sheri

  3. Hi Ron. Thank you for sharing your haiku with us. I enjoyed reading them, Continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  4. G'day Ron:
    beautiful images. As an expat, reading these filled my soul with longing for the bush.
    Aloha from Suzanne

  5. Love the old friends and mountains. Best wishes Ralph.