Moss spreads through my lawn.
It’s green and soft: no mowing.
What is wrong with moss?

moss lawn

moss mountain


(top: hdwallpapersfactory.com; bottom: mountainmoss.com)

About Jim Stewart

Writer at Butt in Chair
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17 Responses to Haiku–Moss

  1. john allen says:

    Save the planet..destroy your lawn mower. Looks beautiful.

  2. Melissa Shaw-Smith says:

    Love moss! Often thought I’d prefer a “moss” to a lawn–better for dancing barefoot upon.

  3. Nothing’s wrong with moss. 🙂 Our lawn is full of it…

  4. Moss makes me think of my grandparents’ gravesite. Not a bad thing.

  5. I love moss! I’d love to see that much green…no moss in drought-land!

  6. rike jokanan says:

    Beautiful! I love haiku…. And I’m writing about moss. I borrow the pictures and put it in my posting. Will put your site as the source….

  7. Pingback: A Green Pioneer | rike jokanan

  8. Elizabeth Gilbert has the thickest novel out in which the main character becomes an expert on MOSS. *grin* A work of art, the book.

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