The Mountain by Donna Brock
The mountain frames the sky
As a shadow of an eagle flies by.
With clouds hanging at its edge
A climber proves his courage on its rocky ledge.
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This poem is a simple quatrain with no hidden meaning. The meaning is literal. It has a rhyme scheme of AABB. It’s a quatrain, because there are four lines.
I chose a car to represent the poem, because it has four wheels the same way a quatrain has four lines.