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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: January 25, 2020      Views: 101

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Volcano merged with glaciers
"Majestic Mt. Rainier" by Minglement

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Ring of fire cradles
Mount named Mother of Waters
Wrought of flame and ice
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5-7-5 mountain writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a three-lined 5-7-5 syllable poem where line one has 5 syllables, the second line has 7 syllables and the last line has 5 syllables. The topic is a mountain.

Author Notes
Facts about Mt Ranier: Native American tribes referred to the mountain as Talol, which means a mother of waters.Tacoma which means place where the water begins, or Tahoma, which means snowy peak. A grotto of ice, rock, and steam called the Coliseum sits below the ice cap of the summit. Two volcanic craters packed with geothermal heat keep the crater rims free of snow and ice. The tallest: Standing more than 14,000 feet tall, Mount Rainier isn't just the tallest mountain in the Cascades it's also the highest mountain in the entire state. Mount Rainier is the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48 states, with 26 major glaciers and 36 square miles of permanent snowfields and glaciers.
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