tinywords invites you to get inspired

Willmore Wilderness Park, Canada. Photo by Ray Rasmussen

Time for another writing prompt. While we are assembling the next issue, tinywords invites you to get inspired by Ray Rasmussen’s photograph above, taken in Willmore Wilderness Park, Canada. Add your short poems inspired by his image of a mountain peak to our comment box below.

Thank you for lending your voices. And thanks to Ray for lending his photo (it originally appeared here, on Ray’s website). We will consider the best of the best for inclusion in tinywords 13.2.


87 Responses

  1. Kala Ramesh Says:

    daybreak . . .
    my heart beats louder
    that usual

    Kala Ramesh

  2. Jayashree Maniyil Says:

    a steady climb —
    all my dreams dissolve
    into vapour

  3. Ramesh Anand Says:

    steep trail
    my footsteps
    lighter and lighter

  4. Kala Ramesh Says:

    daybreak . . .
    my heart beats louder
    than usual

    My previous submission had a typo.
    Corrected it here!! (Thanks to Kash poet!)

  5. @andemesi Says:

    dusty road
    winds along the flank
    of the mountain..

  6. Maureen G. Coppack Says:

    walking the length
    of the earth' spine –
    soon the clouds

  7. Charline Says:

    as he walks
    way ahead of me
    he becomes my mantra

  8. Pravat Kumar Padhy Says:

    shifting shadows–
    my journey mingles with
    patches of cloud

  9. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    memories
    of "mountains"
    down-sized dreams

  10. Martha L Shaw Says:

    The Seeker

    Oh!
    The view from the top was grand!
    For me, however
    There was such a thrill
    In the climb!
    Is there a higher peak?

    By Martha L Shaw – © 6-17-2013

  11. Armando H. Corbelle Says:

    reaching one peak_and finding another_and another_and another_life is reaching not _arriving

  12. kanzensakura Says:

    I walk onward to
    infinity: endless blue
    beckons me to fly

  13. ken sawitri Says:

    swished sand ―
    the heard traceless
    my only footseps

  14. rob dingman Says:

    buddha's mountain
    the path to the summit well-worn
    only partway up

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  16. Waltermarks Says:

    Mountain, Climbing Man

    The back ridge shivers as they climb,
    And tickles old man mountain.
    It creeps up one stone at a time.
    Pebbles dribble here,
    A rock slide wheezes there.
    At last he sneezes at the pass,
    "Avalanche", to all who dare!

  17. Evelyn Says:

    Bright but cold,
    Alive but barren,
    I walk alone.

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  19. @galatea1819 Says:

    I keep climbing
    but never reach
    the sky

  20. MarkDanowsky Says:

    jealous of your soul-
    searching the altitude
    without commotion

  21. MarkDanowsky Says:

    Who was watching
    over you? What a sky
    to say you saw, once.

  22. cristinamonicamoldoveanu Says:

    from a distance
    the world looks blue –
    windswept footprints

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  24. Mark Kaplon Says:

    traveling ridge-lines
    immovable mountains
    rock-slide in my eyes

  25. Maureen G. Coppack Says:

    Would it be possible to correct the haiku to read . . .

    walking the length
    of the earth's spine –
    soon the clouds

    Thanks – Maureen G. Coppack

  26. cristinamonicamoldoveanu Says:

    where trees don't belong
    my shadow follows me
    steadily

  27. Big Brother Mzansi Says:

    This is awesome.

  28. PMBilbro Says:

    walking that fine line
    between brilliant and insane
    he keeps to the path

  29. BigBrotherMzansi Says:

    wow what a great mountain !!

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