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Short High School poem by Jacob Cramer| Details |

High School in Vers Libre

Make it

Or Break it

That's High School for Ya'


Short High School poem by karen croft| Details |

the blue collar worker

forty-four years after high school
before one can 
retire and enjoy life


Short High School poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details |

Women


You women
Know how to make 
The best of what you've got in you
You do it everyday in your life


Short High School poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

EDUCATION IS THE KEY

you see you can be

put this underneat

to walk sucessbeat

and feel free

EDUCATION

IS THE KEY


Short High School poem by Kennedy Lea| Details |

Shortest Love Story

Our elbows collided, 

'cause my desk is wrong-sided.

Made for a lefty, 

When I write

with my right.


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

What Happened?

In high school did I die?

Oh but to give life a try!

Is it all part of God's dream?

Or should I just croak or scream!


Short High School poem by Selena R| Details |

Changing

 Child

Young, Innocent

Laughing, Playing, Smiling

Preschool, Middle School, High School, College

Working, Working, Working

Serious, Tired

Adult


Short High School poem by Reason A. Poteet| Details |

UFO Drama Group

<b>U</b>niversal in high-school theater groups-
<b>F</b>inal call  from their coach, Kids, go break a leg!
<b>O</b>veranxious blonde runs to get the cast.


Short High School poem by Ileane Ogilvie| Details |

Teen Pregnany

                                                 Teen Pregnancy


Have they forgotten about condoms
how long is this going to go on
Should we offer them some


Short High School poem by maria liu| Details |

You professed your love

You professed your love....

Sweet, like a rose in a 
blossoming spring,
Warm, like your chestnut eyes 
as you smile,
Entangled with promises,

...but not to me.


Short High School poem by Colin Amato| Details |

Trying(Poem#10-High School Years)

It burns like the sun 

Heating all who see its wrath 

Without it, darkness 









Insanity, me

Scratch at dark walls of small box 

Lord, help me now please


Short High School poem by Joe Flach| Details |

Naked Dreams

Fifty years old and back in high school

Standing here naked like a total fool

No one seems to care

That I am totally bare

Not noticing me is much more uncool


Short High School poem by Chris Matt| Details |

High School Football-Favorite Sport

Under the lights on Friday night.

High school football starting to ignite.

Merciless to everyone.

This is war, not for fun.

Winning state is a beautiful sight.


Short High School poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

HIGH SCHOOL LOVER

it was in class

we had note's pass

won't to talk

we met at the side walk

it was a feeling that got reeling

like  no other

it was my frist 

HIGH SCHOOL LOVER


Short High School poem by m. b.| Details |

The Heart's desire



A thick flame

Flickering and bold

A Sunday drive

With penetrating charm

A gloomy light bulb

Lone and forgotten

Our passion is aggressive

& with it we are whole

-m.b.


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

Not Quite Defeated

<center>

Bump in high school

LIfe cesspool?

Learning hazy 

Mind crazy?

Dare not be fool!



Counsilor be

Hearts happy

Alive

Power to thrive

God's light through me

</center>


Short High School poem by brittany knight| Details |

senior year

Stepping out in the real world

End of high school drama

Never going back after this

In a race to make all our dreams come true

Off to college we get ready for

Running our own lifes


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

Pain's Phases

I am my own hero

Life is not a zero!



Still thinking it as weird?

I'm over what I feared!



Think I passed the worst 

Was high school cursed?



Get past the pain

Grow a new brain!


Short High School poem by Monique Glover| Details |

A Proud, Black, Young Lady

I should be holding my head up high

because I'm a young, black lady

who graduated high school

and is now going to

college. I make good

grades and have a

job that God's

blessed me

with.


Short High School poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

HIGH SCHOOL YEARS

those were the dayes

i had thoses wayes

good and bad

but am glad

that i choose

to stay in school

it was cool

on guitar i played the blues

there was game cheers

those

HIGH SCHOOL YEARS


Short High School poem by Mana R.| Details |

Cigarette

It's my first,

I need it.

I hold it like in the movies.

Breath it in.

It hurts,

I cough,

I take another breath in.

I do it right.

I feel sinful,

But it feels too good to be,

It burns inside.


Short High School poem by Charles Sides| Details |

February Funny Bone

I once met a guy by the name of Mort

By his record he must be very smart

At five, High School complete

College at six; a feat

A leaper; birthdays are four years apart



Submitted by Charles Sides


Short High School poem by Emma McLaughlin| Details |

I want to see you

I would transfer just to see you

You would be the highlight of the day!

Your smile makes my Sundays all better 

You're my high school rival

But I love you and I will always love you

I want to see you today!


Short High School poem by Courtney Dyer| Details |

Him

Him

friend

husband

comforter

always there for me

He's my junior high school sweetheart

He's my soul mate who bestows his forgiveness on me

His dedication and devotion is so beautiful, so true and everlasting


Short High School poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

HIGH SCHOOL PAL

 my mind goes back

to school racks

 we were over in class

i was fast

 like my friend

that was only way to win

i had to be apart

to make thing smooth as lard

 my bubby was name al

he was my

HIGH SCHOOL PAL 


Short High School poem by gen cacho| Details |

artificial beauty

i have this friend back in high school

she was known to be one of the most beautiful

people didn't notice it's just her make-up

and when a sudden rain came and wash her face up

poor creature, she was laughed by all


Short High School poem by Mariam Traore| Details |

Brand New Year

The year has passed,

so long ago,

And now its time for us to go

We've said or prayers,

and goodbyes

So spread your wings,

its time to fly

We wont forget our childhood here

But now its time for

A Brand New Year.


Short High School poem by Anusha Dharmasena| Details |

Be all that you can be

Sun and sand and beach

Life has some lessons for me

Be all  you can be!



Sad conversations

May healing come to you soon

And children be safe!



For all you have done

And wherever you may be

May you rest in peace!


Short High School poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

Writing on

Poetry and me
its not new to me
nineteen-ninety-nine
I was taught haiku
been with me since than

learning more here
and loving it
I always wrote
not in high school

I write now
Some may rhyme
Some may not

Loving
Passion

write



Short High School poem by Monique Glover| Details |

Bellowed Words

Strive.

Succeed.

Do your best,

Is what people

taught me when I was

growing up.  Continue

your education after

high school.  Don't stop and never give

up.  I hear those words bellowing in

my ears.  That's why I have not given up.


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

High School Existance

The dream is still within

How painful high school has been!



Should I drop out? Scream and shout?

What in the world is life about!



My existance may seem

To be but a dream



But still have love's light

I won't give up this fight!


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

Go-Figure, It's God

Memory sometimes blank

Point of work? Almst crazy!

Wish to talk; somehow aggrivated

What love, peace?

Damnation constant rain



God working 

Fight confusion, sin

Accept high school D's, F's

Open gift within

Love splashing onto life


Short High School poem by Russell Sivey| Details |

Education is Worth Fighting For

<center><b>An education
To all those in school right now
High school and college
Is what I believe is worth
Fighting for, wholeheartedly</b></center>

Russell Sivey

Entrant into FRANK H.'s "WHAT I BELIEVE IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR!" contest

3/2/2012


Short High School poem by Michelle McDermin| Details |

Please come around

I try, and I try, and I try

but it seems like

I'm still where I always was

in High School



All my comments

and reaching out

are invisible

and get no response



I still try

because I feel I should

I know now

one day they may just turn around


Short High School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

On Fire!

My life; my mission; God's decree

How could only games possibly be!



I made at least high school

Yet somehow let Satan rule



Going to write a poetry book

Somehow I can really cook!



My worst enemy? Could have been

Will let myself at  life win!


Short High School poem by Daron Long| Details |

Purity (High School is Lacking It)

Im about to explode

Cant take it anymore

I look around and Im surrounded by a mass of people I cant stand

All the stories about all the whores

All the guys just looking to score

I am encompassed by immaturity

Is there any innocence? Any purity?


Short High School poem by Junice Lanza| Details |

Senior year

It's my last year of high school

I'm finally a senior

I will cherish my senior year

I know I will miss being a senior

I will miss my friends that I had made

I will always keep the memories of my friends



It's my last and final year

This is my senior year


Short High School poem by Judy Riley| Details |

American Beauty

American Beauty can do everything,



from graduating High School,



 intercede.



Judge kindly, 



love,



 multitask,



never overlooking passion.



Qualified referee,



singing tolerance.



Universal value,



warmhearted Xanthippe,



yapping zealously!


Short High School poem by Cathy Ncube| Details |

Rewards of College Education

in grade school

he heard about it



in high school

he prepared for it



in his first year

he explored it



in his second year

he focused on it



in his third year

he felt part of it



in his fourth year

he graduated from it



Now, he has a job

because of it.


Short High School poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

Regrets From My Youth

Everyday they would encircle and torment me.

I was the victim of every elementary and high school bully.

Eventually however they would come to accept me,

then altogether we would torment the victim that came after me.

Regrets From My Youth. I owe so many an apology.


Short High School poem by Emma H| Details |

The First Day of High School

Concrete jail like walls,
Butterflies flying around in my stomach, 
Friends,
Art,
Pottery,
Noise,
Strangers,
Wandering around in a big school,
Mouthwatering PB and J for lunch,
Depressing,
Never ending day,
Pencils,
Pens,
Eyes drooping from exhaustion,
Smiles, 
Confusion.


Short High School poem by Taylor Graham| Details |

Molly

Heres her picture: 

black as Bucephalus with a graceful 

crest, ears pricked to a skyline

outside the frame.

My first love in high school,

sold for college. 



I keep the photo close.

Forever lost like lovers

gone, a horse runs 

just beyond the dreams

horizon.


Short High School poem by randy johnson| Details |

August 29, 1986

(This poem is true)



Twenty years ago today was the last day I went to school.

I was fed up with taking the students and teachers bull.

I dropped out in the 9th grade but years later I graduated high school at the age 

of twenty-three.

I hope other kids don't drop out like me.


Short High School poem by Ali Matheny| Details |

Little Jimmy

He's made fun of for the last time.

Tied a rope up.

Walking through the halls of high school.

The rope is swinging from the stairwell.

He jumped on the railing, Head inside the rope loop.

He jumps and gets choked.

That was in 1930.

He was never nerdy.

He just wanted to be FREE.


Short High School poem by erica buckner| Details |

Regret

I think I messed things up between us,

and I really don't want it to end. 

you made really happy,

you accepted me for who I am,

 I wanted us to last but high school is so crazy.

Hear one thing and I tend to overreact.  

Now i know I'll have to try my best to take those words back.


Short High School poem by David William Breidenthal| Details |

Bladder Problems in Class

Numbers on 
White boardnames written hori-
zontally

Students ask
To go peeright when class starts  
THATS just wrong

Bathroom line
Of students who have bladder
Problems  WOW!

People are
Not using lunchtime to do 
Their business 

No one knows
When to do their duties  SER-
IOUSLY?


Short High School poem by Jon A Cavanaugh| Details |

The first dance

A wistful wallflower
And a painfully shy boy
At a high school dance
Both out of fear stood in the rear
And would share an occasional glance
Both hearts ached , as if they'd been staked,
And it seemed love had no chance
'Til the nights chaperone saw them alone
And insisted they both dance




Short High School poem by Josey Portas| Details |

Leave me out

Move on. 

Take a step.

Make someone proud.

Follow your dream.

Learn to dance.

Meet someone great.

Stop using drugs.

Don'y cheat.

Join a band.

Graduate high school.

Write a book.

Breathe.

Be happy.

Relax.

Forget about

What you did.

Whatever you do, 

Do it, 

But leave me out of it.


Short High School poem by Ali Matheny| Details |

The Loser

I walk the halls, 

Of my old high school

Walls.

When then I remember

That awful December.



His name was Josh.

He was lost inside

His own mosh.



Josh was always 

So rude.

Always in a bad 

Mood.



One day he

Said "I just

Wish that you were

Dead."



And I told him

That I already

Was....


Short High School poem by Colin Amato| Details |

Empty(Poem#2-High School Years)

Everything no longer matters 

Everything has lost taste 

I breath, emptiness enters, air does not 

Exhale, still empty 

Loneliness fills my days, as soup fills a bowl 

All over, right to the brim 

Smoldering hot and steamy 

Just want to empty the bowl, but fear grips me

For then I will be truly empty


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