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Ode to Mountains

Poetry By: Ava Rosien

Mountains are the oldest monuments of earth. Born from sea's eruptions; they hold secrets we have yet to learn.

Submitted:Feb 23, 2013    Reads: 229    Comments: 4    Likes: 5   

Stone that saw the dawn of time;

monuments carved out from sea.

Reaching upward; so sublime;

peaks capped in white symmetry.


Oh mountains distant of purple hue;

amid clouds loftily surrounding you.

Holding secrets from long past ages;

secrets of ancient primal sages.


If could speak; what truths to learn;

of earth's history discern.

Rock cast thy shadows on the land;

bearing witness to all God planned.


Noble giants keep watch ore earth;

recording ages of rebirth.

When we cease to be; long are gone;

Mountains regal watch will carry on.


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