In particular， the An-shi Rebellion caused the migration of northerners to the south， and a large number of scholars spent long periods of time in Yuezhou. What impact did the unique human and geographical environment of Yuezhou have on the poetry and creative mentality of these scholars? Did the literati group contribute to the cultural development of Yuezhou? This is the focus of this paper. As far as the Tang poetry road in eastern Zhejiang is concerned， Yuezhou is the core area and the soul.Both local poets， wandering poets， relegated poets， and reclusive poets could find the habitat of their souls here. the most famous of which were Bao Fang's group in the middle Tang Dynasty and Yuan Zhen's group in the late Tang Dynasty. The conclusion of this paper is that Yuezhou poetry is the core and representative of Tang poetry in eastern Zhejiang， as well as the epitome and reflection of the developed and prosperous poetry of the whole Tang Dynasty. The influence of geographical changes on the literati's literary creation was enormous.