Born: July 22 1948 in Pawtucket Rhode Island, USA
Resides: Manchester, New Hampshire, USA
Ron Scully is a retired bookseller. After twenty-five years on the road, a real-life Willie Loman only funnier, Ron has retired to the foothills of New Hampshire to refashion his field sales reports into an odyssey, a crown of sonnets, or a haiku or two, whichever comes first. At his ripe old age, he takes the time to practice haiku daily, as a form of meditation. Time slows down, doting on the fullness of the world, the blossom of being.
"two buffleheads" - Acorn #43, Fall 2019; "overgrown garden" - bottle rocket #41, 2019; "Chopin's Nocturnes" - chrysanthemum #25, April 2019; "children's laughter" - cattails Oct. 2019; "deadheaded late" - hedgerow #125 Nov. 2018; "southern cicada" - Frogpond Vol. 38:3, Autumn 2015.