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Mountains Poems | Examples of Mountains Poetry

Mountains Poems - Examples of all types of mountains poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for mountains.
Lone Mountain
Wide among the plain Stood a lone lush mountain Like watchdog dwellers....Read the rest...
Categories: metaphor, mountains, nature, perspective,
Form: Haiku

Noah's Ark
People are going To the mountain seek refuge Due to city flood....Read the rest...
Categories: engagement, judgement, mountains, perspective,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Lake District High
In my New York suburb, I’m mildly fond Of Helvellyn Road, and Gracemere pond But the original Helvellyn called... Ravenglass too, even the name enthralled. Of Lake poets, I eagerly read And I found what Alfred Wainright once...Read the rest...
Categories: beauty, mountains, nature,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Great and Rugged Pyrenees
Great and Rugged Pyrenees Whose solid presence demands Notice of lush valleys And Spanish oaks that dot the glens - Prevailing winds churn in wrath - I stop to breathe in...Read the rest...
Categories: mountains, snow, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Storm Hits Milton Creek
A storm had rolled in off the Sierra Nevada and hit Milton Creek Townsfolk were dashing all about town for shelter they did seek Freak storms like this were a rarity and puddles were everywhere Some folks had never...Read the rest...
Categories: america, mountains, storm,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Stains of Silence
Drizzling webs, wanderer’s shelter Asylum to the nocturnal, Warring, nomadic spirits, rambling On gossamer threads, strands so silken Trembling with soundless lessons…. Sprinkling buds, costly shadows Silhouettes of bruised flowers, eclipsed, By the plethora of rain, flowing, Gentle like the voice of mourning...Read the rest...
Categories: appreciation, inspiration, mountains, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dancing Raindrops
Lonely Raindrop, only one chance to stir the waters that collect and pool on the ground. Diving in, he rebounds and dissipates, conforming to all other drops that fell down. If you've seen one raindrop, you've...Read the rest...
Categories: mountains, dance, encouraging, friendship, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member greenery
Entry for the summer Haiku Contest. Tania Kitchin the lush greenery ...Read the rest...
Categories: mountains, peace, summer,
Form: Haiku
The curse of clarity
Mountain, wind, freedom River, water, clarity Dessert, sand, anger...Read the rest...
Categories: anger, environment, feelings, mountains,
Form: Haiku
Down the gravel road from the tiny mountain town
a cozy cabin slumbers on the mountain side, hidden within a thicket of wheatgrass swaying in the brisk summer breeze, full of fresh fragrances of pine and spruce Behind the cabin, a lanky tree dangles a long rugged...Read the rest...
Categories: father, memory, mountains, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Hiking Tale
Trail strings, earth's past tale, Calavera's crest unfolds, Views honor the strides. ...Read the rest...
Categories: inspiration, mountains, nature,
Form: Haiku
Epigrams V
Epigrams V Are mayflies missed by mountains? Do stars applaud the glowworm’s stellar mimicry? —Michael R. Burch Teach me to love: to fly beyond sterile Mars to percolating Venus. —Michael R. Burch Less Heroic Couplets: Unsmiley Simile, or, Down Time by Michael R....Read the rest...
Categories: mountains, irony, jealousy, judgement, life,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Mountain Speaks
A Matt Calliri Contest: Are You A Mouse or A Mountain 18 June 24 -------- Comes the morning fog sprawling on my territory where northern glens dry from rotten stubble and mess of debris... damp damp. Above, waterfalls tumble...Read the rest...
Categories: feelings, mountains,
Form: Narrative
A mountain's perspective
Always reaching, always stretching is the moto I was born with Basking in the sun's warm daily embrace is my walk. Darkness doesn't cause me fear...Read the rest...
Categories: mountains,
Form: Free verse
Pendulums At My Feet
A conflagration rages within my being, Looming over the tableau of woe at my feet. Silken threads and ribbons tether their flight, they opt for a divergent retreat from reality. In a moment of frailty, Taut sounds sway their desolation, Erupt...Read the rest...
Categories: mountains, dark, death, evil, extended
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Mountains Poems

Definition | What is Mountains in Poetry?

Book: Reflection on the Important Things