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The Alps – A Poem

Heyo everyone! I know it’s been a while since I posted a poem, and to be honest, I haven’t been writing a lot of poetry lately, but I decided to post this one today because I really like it, even though it’s a bit short.

I’ve wanted to go to the Alps for a really long time, so I wrote this because I felt like that!

Snowy peaks
line the sky, 
I feel as if
I could fly

The sun shines bright
on frozen lakes, 
My breath
the alluring view

mountain villages
hide in the snow, 
Oh the Alps are
where I long
to go

I hope you enjoyed today’s post, and I’m going to try to write more poetry to post on here soon! Don’t forget to come back on Friday for another post!

Where’s a place you really want to go to? Do you like writing short poems or long ones more? Have you ever been to the Alps?


Hi! I'm Reese! I'm 12 years old and a TOTAL bookworm (like, huge). Some of my favourite series are Harry Potter, Keeper Of The Lost Cities, and a bazillion other ones (the list is too long to write down). When I'm not reading - which isn't very often - I'm either writing, practicing my photography, or attempting to learn gymnastics by myself. Oh yeah, and I got watercolour paints a while ago, so I'm also painting! I am Canadian, but my family and I travel all around the world! I've been to 13 different countries so far!

18 thoughts on “The Alps – A Poem

  1. For a short poem I can see myself there! Well done! The Alps are certainly on my bucket list! Go to northern Italy . . . Hmmmmm!
    Love Nana xx

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  2. Aww such a sweet poem! I haven’t ever been to the Alps but I imagine that they are beautiful! Fun question! Are you more of a mountain girl or a beach sis? I’m def more of a mountain girl, even though I love the beach still hahaha! πŸ˜€
    -kaelyn πŸ˜›

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