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The Old Man of the Mountain Remembered

20 Years Ago

By Fiona HowellPublished 10 months ago Updated 10 months ago 1 min read
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The Old Man of the Mountain Remembered (he fell 20 years ago May 3rd 2003)

The Old Man of the Mountain

was a beloved symbol of New Hampshire.

A landmark, tourists stopped near to

take a picture of his majestic profile.

Locals passed him daily on the road,

as part of the mountain skyline.

he was on our drivers’ licenses as a

token of New Hampshire pride.

We will always remember

the old man of the mountain,

who watched over us, until the day

he fell.

nature poetry
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About the Creator

Fiona Howell

I am Fiona Howell, an Irish musician and a writer hailing from New Hampshire, US. I have two books out on Amazon: The Locked Box and Blackwood. I have three poems published in anthologies by the Peterborough Poetry Project.

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