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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
takes

Quaint 
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?

Author:

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˜€
    *hugs
    -kaelyn πŸ˜›

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