This chapter argues that the predominantly nonnarrative mode of landscape poetry offers strategies for rethinking and resituating the disjunctive temporalities of the Anthropocene. As a lyric site for thinking about interactions of human and lithic timescales, landscape poetry complicates ontological boundaries between natural and human spaces and employs lyric settings as sites of temporal interaction. While nonnarrative, their investigations into relationships between human and lithic time engage disparate scales to describe the conditions of living in the Anthropocene and situate this geological moment in larger planetary histories.