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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.


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,



Premium Member 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,

Premium Member You
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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© Max Lewy  Create an image from this poem.
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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© Alexis Y.  Create an image from this poem.
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
figuratively...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

A Wonderful Life
Life is a beauty
From the day a baby starts
Everyone who knows about them 
Keeps them in their hearts
And when a baby’s born
There are tears of...

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Categories: baby, baptism, beauty, children,

Premium Member Do Not Worry Son It Will Grow Back
Week before middle school
Twelve and shy
Sent to get haircut
With three dollars
Clippers were brought out
I was too scared to look
I had never had a store-bought haircut...

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

Premium Member TOTAL COLLAPSE OF THE HEART
When once I sat and pondered the definition of heartbreak
I realized mine changed almost as quickly as I matured.
My toddler heart broke when Rover stole...

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Categories: anxiety, depression, heartbreak, heartbroken,

Premium Member tried and convicted child

innocent child
housed
on a homeless street
crowded
with abandonment
and disparity
is found guilty…
sentenced
to life’s fear
that today
will become
tomorrow
and tomorrow’s
tomorrows
will become next 
week…and…
and…
what the hell…
...

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Categories: abuse, child, high school,

Premium Member Never Argue With A Child
never get into an argument with a child.
never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever
because they always win.

they have nothing to lose,
and you do.
you lose...

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Categories: middle school, parents, perspective,

Premium Member Poor Kids Rich Kids
I did not know there were rich kids
and poor kids, and they would separate
themselves this way until I reached Junior high school.

Middle school I think...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Ode To My Middle School English Teacher
ode to my middle school english teacher, who
taught me that even though you have a voice, 
it's better if you don't use it 

ode to...

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Categories: anger, poetry,