Best Hoodoos Poems
Below are the all-time best Hoodoos poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of hoodoos poems written by PoetrySoup members
Alone Among The Hoodoos
hoodoos, anxiety, fear, travel,
Wandering through the badlands
of the great south western plains
I happen upon a great assembly of
fairy spires, other worldly
wonders of rocky pinnacles
that dot the high desert...
hoodoos, bird, food, nature, poetry, raven,
Hankering hordes of hungry hovering hawks haunt hoodoos in Utah.
Underfed California condors cruise canyon cataracts for corpses.
Nesting, starving swallows swiftly search for slime and...
Ebenezer's Stone Statues
hoodoos, change, devotion, imagery, inspirational, nature, spiritual,
Who knew that "Hoodoos" were here
Where 50 million year old totems appear?
An 1875 find by Ebenezer Bryce,
Sandstone spires that engage and entice.
Human shaped pinnacles of...
Interstate 10 Rest Area
hoodoos, mystery, nature, places,
Oh strange, strange land.
The physics do not fit.
The cord of interstate wends,
Through this place of upside-down rocks.
I climb down from the truck,
And wind and...