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Middle School Free Verse Poems

These Middle School Free Verse poems are examples of poetry about Middle School Free Verse. These are the best examples of Free Verse Middle School poems written by international poets.

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Categories: allegory, america, analogy, black

Premium Member Fashion in My Family
My grandparents lived on farms – both sides of my family.
My mother’s parents and my father’s parents.
Overalls and button down shirts with pockets
Work boots for...

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Categories: family, fashion,

girly freak show
I need a VCR to expain some things 
Why they called me an bundle of sticks 
or told me to shut the front door in...

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Categories: 6th grade, bullying,

Video Games and Hallucinations
After grueling sessions of
Guitar Hero 3,
I would often look to the mirror
to my right
and marvel at how
my vision was affected...

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Categories: 8th grade, children, christmas,

The Morning After I killed Myself
The morning after I killed myself, I woke up.

I made myself breakfast in bed. I added salt and pepper to my eggs and used my...

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Categories: angel, death, love, meaningful,

Hyper Eccentricity
Cleanliness I absolutatingly fear...
For I only luv the mess I see,
It makes me believe I am not alone
In this sight of a messed-up and lonely...

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Categories: 7th grade, character, confidence,

Premium Member The cowboy
Marion his given name most called him the Duke,
American lad made good living the dream,
Started as a bit actor, 
B movie followed B movie he...

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Categories: cancer, film, middle school,

Premium Member Winteria Did Not Look Up
How can she balance herself like that?
Did she stack those or did something magical stack them?
What kind of a witch is she?
I don’t know but...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Perhat Turson: Elegy translation
Perhat Tursun

Perhat Tursun (1969-) is one of the foremost living Uyghur language poets, if he is still alive. Born and raised in Atush, a city...

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Categories: brother, eulogy, magic, prison,

You are not what they tell you,
You don't have to be what they say you are.
Everything that has happened to you,
Needn't confine you behind iron...

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Categories: 11th grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member National Pride
Yes, we were forced into national pride,
Singing the anthem at assembly time,
Little patriots to the core,
God saved something in times of yore!...

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Categories: appreciation, children, inspiration, middle

Premium Member Nostalgic Trip
This is a nostalgic trip,
Once milk bottles let it rip,
Forced milk to scoff,
Some days it was really off,
Then for lunch sandwich sodden,
Tomato, cheese, hot or...

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Categories: childhood, food, middle school,

Premium Member MISS MATTHEWS

I met her my first year of middle school.
My first impression was, she's too young.
The voice in my head was so confused,
she's a teen, how...

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Categories: appreciation, character, how i

Song for 24
Here it is, another Monday to pass
a compass, a compassionate compass
appear in my possession
a far-fetched wish but please materialize in my palm
bring a friend if...

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Categories: age, anxiety, growing up,

Incorrigible Recalcitrant Doppelganger mine
Incorrigible Recalcitrant - Doppelganger (mine)

Ala Goofus and Gallant 
highlights my diametrically 
divergent alter egos
always the reserved 
obedient docile boy
afeared to stray outside narrow

circumscribed comfort zone

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,