Among extant works of Bao Zhao, there is a kind of work which stands distinctly apart from his other works in style, namely, the poems showing his tendency of seclusion, his seeking for immortals, and his Taoist ideals. These Taoism-related poems have not received special attention in previous studies. From the words and contents of these poems, it can be seen that Bao Zhao is very familiar with Taoist allusions and Taoist terms, and has tried to form the image of worshiping Taoism, pursuing immorality and admiring hermits in these poems. Bao Zhao’s Taoism-related works are closely related to the characteristics of Liu Song Dynasty’s literature, the preference of the superiors, and his own status as a "literary attendant". The literary and religious activities of the upper class of Liu Song Dynasty have influenced Bao Zhao’s creation, while Bao Zhao may have intentionally "performed" in his poems for political reasons. In addition, the spread of Tianshi Tao in coastal area has also influenced Bao Zhao’s creation of Taoism-related poems.