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Short Middle School Poems

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Short Middle School poem by David William Breidenthal| Details | |

Playground

Kids go down
The slide…they head toward the swings
TIME TO SCREAM!

Free time ends
Their parents want to go home
Frowns exchange 

Short Middle 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 Middle School poem by David William Breidenthal| Details | |

Bladder Problems in Class

Numbers on 
White board…names written hori-
zontally

Students ask
To go pee…right when class starts – 
THAT’S 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 Middle School poem by Amber Chafer| Details | |

Un-accepted

I look in the mirror and all I see
Is a woman I hate to be.

A beautiful face; an ugly body.

Elementry school,
They all thought I was the plague.

Middle school,
They all hated me.

High school, 
They made fun of me.

College,
They considered me a nobody.

I look around at smiling faces,

No one knows
The smile on my face is nothing but blank.

Short Middle School poem by Khalil Franklin| Details | |

Oodles of Joy

"Oodles of Joy"
In the morning of everyday i 
start
I make a food that's really 
smart
Crunch'em, rip'em, and pour'em out 
As saliva pools form in my 
mouth 
Put it in the mic for just about 
three
Impatiently  watching those 
beautiful noodles waiting for 
me
When the time Is up
I Pop it open and take them out 
And start shoving "Oodle's of 
Noodles" into my mouth. 
 
Khalil Wali

Short Middle School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details | |

Ode to a Conscience

Meant to be a human being
What the heck is that thing?

To wrap oneself in hiding
Peace is still residing

Went half-mad in middle-school
Was all I did was drool?

The Bible somehow guiding me through
Or else life would be la-pew!

Went through high-school; noticed a thing
Satan will not be my king!

The darkness of not caring
Still a life worth caring!

So forget the apathy
Jesus is alive in me!

Short Middle School poem by Joshua Lacey| Details | |

The Human Factor

Being a human:  Too confusing!
Hope the brain isn't abusing!

Power to get up when I fell
Have energy to journey through hell

No longer in middle-school
Confustion and fear seemed to rule!

In high-school really crashed 
At least life not totally trashed!

But was able to chew
Through what I did do

Then my life stopped being blue
Now it is a lighter hue!

Able to love; able to praise
Jesus from death did me raise!

Short Middle School poem by Amelia Harmon| Details | |

Ordinary, Extraordinary

Every day is the same,
Ordinary,
With me wishing that something would happen,
Making it extraordinary,
The only time that I know I'm extraordinary,
Is when I write,
The words flowing from my fingertips,
At peace,
Not worried what others think of me,
For once,
Peace,
Solace,
In my crazy middle school days,
No worries,
All else fades,
And I am alone with my words,
No cares,
But to create beauty,
Something that will move someone,
That will touch someone in ways they can't explain.

Short Middle School poem by Hannah Rosenthal| Details | |

Sisters By Soul Friends Forever

When we were little
The trampoline would be
Pregnant with a jumble of our arms and legs

When we ruled the school way back
In Elementry School we would
Poke fun at the little fourth graders

When we entered Middle School
We did it together
Holding Hands, our hearts beating wildly

Years went by
We got older
But still, we enter everything together

Holding hands
Our hearts beating wildly

Sisters by soul
but
Friends Forever

-dedicated to Stephanie L. Sabath

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